Influences of macroeconomic factors on non-performing loan of non-banking financial institutions of Bangladesh: study on IPDC Finance Ltd.
AuthorSarkar, Mahin Uddin
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A Non-banking financial institution (NBFI) is a financial institution that does not have a full banking license and cannot accept deposits from the public. However, NBFIs do encourage elective monetary administrations; for example, venture (both group and individual) risk pooling, financial consulting, brokering, money transmission, and check cashing. NBFIs are a source of consumer credit NBFIs are a wellspring of purchaser credit. Non-Banking Financial Institution There is 33 non-banking financial institutes (NBFIs) is currently operating and regulated under Financial Institution Act, 1993 and controlled by Bangladesh Bank. IPDC Finance limited is one the top ranking NBFIs among them. This financial sector is booming nowadays. Although, there are a few obstacles that effecting it steady growth. Non-performing loan is one of the very few obstacles. According to the “Prudential Regulations for Consumer Financing” regulation -04, all banks (including all NBFIs) shall submit the borrower-wise annual statements regarding classified loans/ advances to the Banking Inspection Department. The report focuses how Non performing loan of Non-Banking financial institution is impacted by different macro-economic variables like national lending Rate, Unemployment rate, Inflation, Exchange rate and GDP Growth. Since my focus of the study is on the NBFIs, a total fifteen (15) number of institutions’ data, exerted from annual reports, and 90 of firm’s years have been taken into consideration. For conducting the study random sample is selected in this field. For the purpose of data analysis, regression analysis has been conducted using the statistical applications- SPSS and MS Excel.