One of the key presenters of the 5th Annual SME Banking and Financing conference, Sanjay Agrawal, Senior President and Business Head – Business Banking of YES BANK Ltd noted that “SMEs tend by their very nature to show a far more volatile pattern of growth and earnings, with greater fluctuations, than larger companies, therefore their survival rate is lower than for larger companies.”
Banks and financial institution are focusing on building a business model that focuses on growth and opportunities to develop new income streams through new operational and profitability model. There has been a greater focus for banks to ppromote a stable, diverse, well-functioning financial system, which is capable of effectively servicing SME’s needs and working on the micro level initiatives that directly, impact SMEs access to credit.
The 5th Annual SME Banking and Financing conference to be held from 14th to 15th June 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will address long standing deficiencies in the SME financial market by reinforcing key initiatives to accelerate shift of SME banking and financing that will create demand for SME products.
Various industry experts will be discussing key issues and topics such as using consumer portfolio management techniques to drive “lifecycle”
Sai Athreya, Global Banking SME Director of GE Capital Eastern Europe (Czech, Hungary and Poland) who will also be a key speaker at the conference has said that bank's SME business is performing even better now than last year. He expects it to grow further in tandem with the growth of the SME segment and supported by the increase in distribution strength via the capacity built into the sales force, branches and partners.
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