Insights into The Indian Financial Scape - Indicus Analytics

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Indian Financial Scape provides district level insights into the financial markets - service levels, savings, credit, small savings, penetration of financial services, financial asset penetration, consumer markets, income, savings, expenditure, etc.

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Insights into The Indian Financial Scape - Indicus Analytics

  1. 1. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Small Savings in Post Offices Saturday, 01 November 2008 00:00 Post offices are a major source of small savings in India. Interestingly, the states with better developed financial services infrastructure, also lead in post office savings, indicating the confidence of the Indian population in this institution. The districts depicted in the darkest shade have post office deposits of the order of Rs 40 to 620 billion each.
  2. 2. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Credits of Scheduled Commercial Banks – a few highlights Indian Financial Scape The top 5 districts of India corner a very large share of the credit in India. In most categories the 10th ranked district is less than 10% of the value of the top ranked district (usually Mumbai). This reflects the lop sided nature of development India, where the economic activity is concentrated around a few key centres. Mumbai (suburban), Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi are the top 5 districts in terms of number of individual loan accounts. The 30th ranked district has only 1.7% the number of individual loan accounts in Mumbai (Suburban) Top 30 districts by number of individual loan accounts in Scheduled Commercial Banks District No. of SCB`s accounts: individual loans (the top district has index value 100) Mumbai (Suburban) 100.0 Chennai 71.6 Mumbai 35.1 Bangalore 32.5 Delhi 26.3 Perambalur 13.0 Hyderabad 7.6 Kolkata 7.6 Pune 5.2 Coimbatore 4.3 Ahmadabad 4.0 Jaipur 3.8 Ernakulam 3.3 Thiruvananthapuram 3.0 Kamrup 2.9
  3. 3. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Lucknow 2.7 Krishna 2.3 Chandigarh 2.2 Thrissur 2.2 Visakhapatnam 2.2 Khordha 2.0 Ludhiana 2.0 Rajkot 2.0 Mysore 1.9 East Godavari 1.8 Tiruchirappalli 1.8 Madurai 1.8 Bhopal 1.8 Kozhikode 1.7 Nagpur 1.7 SCBs in Mumbai (suburban) have the highest amounts of outstanding of loans to individuals. The top 5 districts are Mumbai (Suburban), Delhi , Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. The value of indivudual loans outstanding in the 30th ranked district is 3.9% of the value of the top ranking district. Top 30 districts by amount outstanding to individuals District SCB`s amount of outstanding on individuals' loans(the top district has index value 100) Mumbai (Suburban) 100 Delhi 80 Bangalore 71 Chennai 53 Hyderabad 37 Mumbai 35 Kolkata 30 Pune 23 Jaipur 12 Ernakulam 11 Ahmadabad 10
  4. 4. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Coimbatore 9 Chandigarh 9 Thiruvananthapuram 7 Lucknow 7 Thane 7 Ludhiana 7 Indore 6 Surat 6 Gautam Buddha Nagar 5 Krishna 5 Khordha 5 Thrissur 5 Visakhapatnam 4 Gurgaon 4 Palakkad 4 Bhopal 4 Ghaziabad 4 Jalandhar 4 East Godavari 4 Delhi SCBs have the highest amounts of outstanding agricultural loans. The top 5 districts are Delhi, Mumbai (Suburban), Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. The value of agricultural loans outstanding in the 30th ranked district is 5.9% of the value of the top ranking district. Top 30 districts by amount outstanding on agriculture District SCB`s amount outstanding on agriculture (the top district has index value 100) Delhi 100.0 Mumbai (Suburban) 56.5 Chennai 31.4 Hyderabad 30.4 Bangalore 24.1 Mumbai 19.8 Kolkata 19.6 Chandigarh 16.8 Coimbatore 15.4
  5. 5. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Kapurthala 14.7 Jaipur 12.2 Patiala 10.6 West Godavari 10.0 Rajkot 9.9 Pune 9.9 Guntur 9.8 Ahmadabad 9.7 Panchkula 9.5 Ludhiana 8.8 Ernakulam 8.4 Belgaum 8.3 Medinipur 7.9 Gulbarga 7.8 East Godavari 7.2 Nashik 7.2 Prakasam 6.9 Krishna 6.8 Anantapur 6.5 Gandhinagar 6.5 Kurnool 5.9 SCBs in Mumbai (suburban) have the highest amounts of outstanding industrial loans. The top 5 districts are Mumbai (Suburban), Delhi , Bangalore, Mumbai and Chennai. The value of industrial loans outstanding in the 30th ranked district is 1.7% of the value of the top ranking district. Top 30 districts by amount outstanding to industry District SCB`s amount of Industrial outstanding (the top district has index value 100) Mumbai (Suburban) 100.0 Delhi 68.6 Bangalore 39.1 Mumbai 35.1 Chennai 27.3 Kolkata 26.5 Hyderabad 17.9
  6. 6. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Coimbatore 12.0 Ahmadabad 11.6 Pune 9.1 Jamnagar 6.8 Jaipur 6.6 Ludhiana 6.0 Vadodara 5.9 Raigarh 5.4 Surat 4.1 Chandigarh 4.1 Ratnagiri 3.5 Indore 3.3 Ernakulam 3.1 Srinagar 2.9 Lucknow 2.7 Thane 2.7 Khordha 2.7 Gurgaon 2.5 Ghaziabad 2.4 Gautam Buddha Nagar 2.0 Patiala 1.7 Kanpur Nagar 1.7 Bellary 1.7 Source: Indian Financial Scape
  7. 7. Indicus Analytics, An Economics Research Firm http://indicus.net/Products/Home.aspx Coimbatore 12.0 Ahmadabad 11.6 Pune 9.1 Jamnagar 6.8 Jaipur 6.6 Ludhiana 6.0 Vadodara 5.9 Raigarh 5.4 Surat 4.1 Chandigarh 4.1 Ratnagiri 3.5 Indore 3.3 Ernakulam 3.1 Srinagar 2.9 Lucknow 2.7 Thane 2.7 Khordha 2.7 Gurgaon 2.5 Ghaziabad 2.4 Gautam Buddha Nagar 2.0 Patiala 1.7 Kanpur Nagar 1.7 Bellary 1.7 Source: Indian Financial Scape

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