Capital Trust Limited is a Non-Banking Finance Company listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange with a market cap of over Rs.500 cr. The company has a legacy of over 30 years in the field of financial services. Its list of promoters included Mr. K R. Puri (former Governor, RBI) and Justice H. S. Beg (former Chief Justice of India). Initial years of the company were predominantly engaged in providing consultancy services to foreign banks. Capital Trust has represented over 25 international banks including likes of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Royal Bank of Canada, Banco Sabadell, etc. The company also had a joint venture with Development Bank of Singapore for Stock Broking activities. The company ventured into active financing in 2008.
Capital Trust provides Enterprise Loans to micro and small entrepreneurs in rural and semi-urban areas. Access to capital for these micro and small entrepreneurs has been traditionally missing. The company focuses on those people who are un-served by the banking sector. Capital Trust provides loans ranging Rs.15,000 to Rs.5,00,000. Clients use the money for working capital requirements in activities like manufacturing, trading, rearing of animals, retail, dairy, hospitality, etc. Loans are designed to suit the needs of specific industry in terms of amount and tenure. The company lays a lot of emphasis on correct assessment of the credit need and worthiness of clients.
The company operates through 84 branches in 4 states and 17 districts. All branches work within an area of 15 km only. The company provides its clients the required financial literacy right at their doorstep and our branches serve as a one stop solution for all their financial needs.
The company makes use of state of the art technology to keep operations efficient and low cost. The technology electronically connects all its branches for online data entry and real time report generation. The company works on a hub and spoke model.
Capital Trust is also a Business Correspondent of YES Bank Limited for providing microfinance to Self Help Groups.