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Guidelines on Default Loss Guarantee (DLG) in Digital Lending- (Reserve Bank of India) (08 Jun 2023)

MANU/RMIC/0066/2023

Banking

1. A reference is invited to Para (3.4.3.1) of Section C of Annex-II to the RBI Press Release "Recommendations of the Working group on Digital Lending - Implementation" dated August 10, 2022 in terms of which it was stated that the recommendation pertaining to First Loss Default Guarantee (FLDG) was under examination with the Reserve Bank.

2. Arrangements between Regulated Entities (REs) and Lending Service Providers (LSPs) or between two REs involving default loss guarantee (DLG), commonly known as FLDG, has since been examined by the Bank and it has been decided to permit such arrangements subject to the guidelines laid down in the Annex to this circular. DLG arrangements conforming to these guidelines shall not be treated as 'synthetic securitisation'1 and/or shall also not attract the provisions of 'loan participation'2.

3. The guidelines shall come into effect from the date of this Circular.

4. These directions are issued under sections 21, 35A and 56 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, sections 45JA, 45L and 45M of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, section 30A of the National Housing Bank Act, 1987 and section 6 of the Factoring Regulation Act.

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