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ETMONEY partners with Fullerton India to offer personal loans up to Rs 20 lakh

ETMONEY will leverage Fullerton India's expansive presence across the country to offer hassle-free personal loans.

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Dec 20, 2018, 02.38 PM IST
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The approval, disbursal, and repayments are carried out digitally through the ETMONEY app.
New Delhi: ETMONEY, a Times Internet-backed fintech company, announced its partnership with Fullerton India Credit, a non-banking financial company with a pan-India presence, to offer personal loans up to Rs 20 lakh in a hassle-free manner with minimal documentation.

In May this year, ETMONEY forayed into the lending space with a unique LoanPass solution that enables anyone to take recurring, small ticket unsecured loans with a single tap on their smartphone. It has seen great initial success with that, and is on track for annualised disbursal of Rs 120 crore through LoanPass. The present partnership with Fullerton India will allow ETMONEY to leverage the latter's expansive presence across the country to offer unsecured loans for various credit needs arising from marriage, medical emergencies, travel, home improvements, and more.

"ETMONEY has grown into one of the largest integrated financial services mobile platform for millennial India, having grown 15x in the last 18 months. We are combining our reach, technology and data science capabilities with Fullerton India's lending prowess to change the way millennials borrow for large ticket finance needs. This partnership should take our annualised loan disbursal to more than Rs 600 crore," says Mukesh P Kalra, CEO, ETMONEY.


"Large ticket unsecured loans have traditionally been document-intensive and full of inefficiencies. Consequently, a segment of millennial users looking for large ticket loans at lightning fast speed is largely untapped and underserved until now. We are excited to partner with Fullerton India to remove these inefficiencies and provide a seamless borrowing experience to our users," says Manav Seth, Business Head - Lending, ETMONEY.

Commenting on the partnership, Nishant Jasapara, Head of Digital Business, Fullerton India says, "We live in a world of continuous technological innovations, where customers are constantly progressing and adopting digital channels. Our tie-up with ETMONEY is yet another step to achieve our overarching agenda of becoming a wholesome digital financial solutions provider to enhance customer experience and promote financial inclusion."

Through this initiative, an individual may avail a personal loan of up to Rs 20 lakh with flexible EMI options and minimal documentation. The approval, disbursal, and repayment are carried out digitally through the ETMONEY app.

Available for both Android & iOS users, the app can be downloaded here.

(ET Money is a Timesgroup company, publisher of The Economic Times.)

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