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PNB , NHFDC sign loan agreement

Thesynergyonline Banking Bureau
NEW DELHI, MARCH 07 :
Punjab National Bank,( PNB) ,India's one of the largest public sector lender and National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation (NHFDC) have tied up to provide financial assistance for economic development of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) for their economic benefits and employment.

A memorandum of agreement to this effect was signed by Mr B. S. Raina, Corporate General Manager, Priority Sector & Financial Inclusion Division, PNB and Mr Ranajit Kumar Mishra, Company Secretary, NHFDC in the presence of Mr A.P.Garg, Deputy General Manager, Priority Sector & Financial Inclusion Division, PNB,Dr.Vineet Rana NHFDC, and other noticeables


From right towards left: Mr A. P. Garg,Mr B. S. Raina, Mr Ranajit Kumar Mishra,Dr.Vineet Rana and Mr Ravi Prakash Dubey.

PNB, through its huge network and customer base, would act as channelizing agent (CA) for the loan schemes of NHFDC.

B. S. Raina, Corporate General Manager, Priority Sector & Financial Inclusion Division, PNB

Mr Ranajit Kumar Mishra emphasized that NHFDC in collaboration with PNB, will provide concessional finance for setting up of self-employment projects and skill-training grants financial assistance for economic development of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) for their economic benefits and employment.

PNB - NHFDC MoA
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