SEFC Makes It Happen

Shriram Equipment Finance Company limited (SEFC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Shriram Transport Finance Company Limited (STFC), which is the largest NBFC in country with assets under management in excess of `420 billion. SEFC caters to the financing needs of all classes of customers in the fast growing Indian Infrastructure Industry. Having started its operations in October 2010, SEFC has already attained the most prominent position in Construction Equipment (CE) Finance space in the country.

SEFC provides finance to many a vital cog in India’s Infrastructure Sector such as: Road Contractors, Irrigation Contractors, Mine Owners and Operators, Quarry Owners/Operators, Port Contractors, Airport Contractors, Urban Infrastructure Contractors/Builders, and Plant Hirers. Undoubtedly, SEFC has extended its reach to every possible entity and segment contributing to the infrastructure development in the country.

SEFC with its focused approach in industry brings in pronounced advantages for both the customers and the manufacturers
  • Fastest Deal Turn-Around-Time
    The leading NBFC has a simplified and efficient deal processing system aided with cutting edge technology support to provide shortest Turn-Around-Time in the country. SEFC concludes financing and the due-diligence aspects of deal within a time frame that is 50% of industry average TAT.
  • Focused Retail Approach
    Understanding the distributed customer profile across geography and the risks associated with this segment, SEFC focuses on empowering small and medium operators with easy and attractive finance options available at their doorstep. Today, SEFC is one of the largest retail segment financers in CE segment.
  • Wide Distribution Across India
    Leveraging Shriram Transport’s presence in more than 550 branches, SEFC has manned its operations at 150 locations thereby covering entire geography of the country. This network and distribution is one of the most extensive amongst all other NBFCs/Banks operating in construction equipment finance industry in India.
  • Superior Product Offering
    SEF, with its superior industry understanding and underwriting skills, has diversified its product offerings in terms of Asset Selection, Loan-To-Value, Tenor and other finance terms that are by far the best in the industry.
  • Covering all Assets and Customers
    The company believes and demonstrates financial inclusion of all asset classes/models and customer grades with best in industry product offering. Complete coverage to the matrix of assets and customer grades make SEF a comprehensive solution provider in this segment.
The CE Finance major offers a variety of financial products to conclusively meet the requirement of all customers and manufacturers/dealers in construction equipment industry. Some of the key products offered by SEFC are: New Equipment Loans, Used Equipment Purchase Finance, Refinance on existing asset for working capital needs, Dealer Trade Advance, Top up Loans, and Imported Equipment Finance.

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