Warehouse Receipts Financing (A)

Code :FCF0029

Year :
2007-2020

Industry : -

Region : Asia

Teaching Note:Available

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Abstract: Warehouse receipt financing (pledge financing) is a relatively new concept in India. Although it has been growing steadily, its outreach is still not significant enough to impact the lives of farmers in India. This case attempts to highlight the importance and benefits of warehouse receipt financing for farmers through the story of its protagonist Manjeet Singh, a small farmer from Govindpur village in Punjab, India. It compares all the agri-financing options available to him. After studying those options, the students can discuss their relative merits and demerits. It also brings to light the plight of farmers in India who in spite of having bumper crops, do not have storage options easily accessible, leading to crop damage and wastage and subsequently to income not commensurate with crop production.


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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To understand various types of Agri-financing available to the Indian farmers through Banks, NBFCs, and other sources.
  • To critically look at Warehouse Receipt financing vis--vis other forms of Agri-credit in India.
  • To analyze the roles and responsibilities of the participants in WR financing.
  • To assess the usefulness of players like WDRA, FCI, & other government procurement agencies, the Warehouseman, Banks/NBFCs (for agri-loan), etc., for farmers in particular and the Indian economy in general.


    Keywords :Minimum Support price, Government procurement agencies, FCI, AgMarknet, Distress Selling, Middleman/Intermediaries, Certified Warehouses, Priority sector lending, Kisan Credit cards, APMC, WDRA

    Contents :
    INTRODUCTION
    STORAGE OPTIONS AND RELATED ISSUES
    WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS FINANCING
    EXHIBITS


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