Financing Links

In the table below you can find direct links to financing schemes of Indian banks that offer specific MSME loan schemes.

 

 

 Financing Institution

 

 Link

 

 Axis Bank

 

 Link to SME programme
 Bank of Baroda

 

 Link to MSME programme

 Link to energy efficiency financing programme for SMEs

 

 

 Canara Bank

 

 Link to MSME progamme (the list includes a scheme on energy efficiency financing)

 

 HDFC

 

 Link to SME programme

 

 Indian Overseas Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 J&K Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 Karnataka Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 Oriental Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 Punjab National Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 SIDBI

 

 Link to energy efficiency and cleaner production financing programmes

 

 State Bank of India

 

 Link to SME programme

 

 Syndicate Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 UCO Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

 Vijaya Bank

 

 Link to MSME programme

 

Disclaimer:

This list of banks has been compiled upon the request of ACIDLOOP client companies, only to provide a starting point for the search of potential financing schemes. Neither ACIDLOOP project, nor the European Union (EU), nor any of the project implementation partners endorse, approve or recommend any of the banks listed here. The ACIDLOOP client companies are strongly advised to explore beyond this list and to select financing schemes based on their merit using their own criteria. If you would like additional financing programmes to be included you can contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

ACIDLOOP

ACIDLOOP is a 4-year project (2012-2016) supported by the European Union (EU) under the SWITCH Asia Programme. This programme emphasizes sustainable consumption and production in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). ACIDLOOP is targeted specifically at the Indian metal finishing industry.  It aims to introduce technology innovation for acid recovery as well as resource efficiency that would lead to improved environmental quality and combat pollution.  The activities is taking place in various locations in northern, western and southern India.

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