Canara Bank announces credit support for borrowers affected by COVID-19

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Updated: May 23, 2020 11:44:40 AM

It has employed various strategies like SMS, call centres, emails and personal calls to reach out to the eligible borrowers to explain the facility in order to sanction the loan. The bank said it has also sanctioned more than Rs 60,000 crore of advances to corporates and MSMEs from March 2020 till date.

The bank has since sanctioned nearly six lakh loans amounting to Rs 4300 crore under agriculture, SHGs and retail categories.

Canara Bank has announced credit support for all its borrowers who have been affected by the COVID-19. The Canara Credit Support is extended as a quick and hassle-free loan to overcome temporary liquidity mismatches
for payment of statutory dues, salary/wages/electricity bill, rent etc., the bank said in a statement. The bank has since sanctioned nearly six lakh loans amounting to Rs 4300 crore under agriculture, SHGs and retail categories, it said.

It has employed various strategies like SMS, call centres, emails and personal calls to reach out to the eligible borrowers to explain the facility in order to sanction the loan. The bank said it has also sanctioned more than Rs 60,000 crore of advances to corporates and MSMEs from March 2020 till date.

Canara Bank’s MD and CEO, L V Prabhakar, said: We are sure that once the lockdown is completely lifted, our
customers would be able to avail the sanctioned facilities to the full extent and improve their business.

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