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Harnessing technology way forward for enhancing agri produce: SBP

LAHORE: Tariq Bajwa, Governor State Bank of Pakistan has said that
harnessing technology platforms is the way forward for enhancing
agricultural productivity.

He was presiding the mid-term review meeting of Agricultural Credit
Advisory Committee (ACAC) held in Hyderabad on the other day .

“I would urge the stakeholders including banks, federal and provincial
governments  to harness technology platforms for enhancing
agricultural productivity”,

“Holding ACAC meetings at various locations shows our commitment for
promoting agricultural financing in all regions, especially in
underserved areas. While, previous meetings were held in Baluchistan
and AJK, we are convening this meeting for the first time in Hyderabad
to provide impetus for agricultural finance in the region”, expressed
Governor in his inaugural remarks. While reviewing the progress on
agricultural credit during July-December 2018, the Governor
appreciated the efforts of banks in promoting agricultural finance.
The Governor shared that during the first half of FY 2018-19, banks
have disbursed Rs. 527.3 billion, which is 42.2% of the total assigned
target for FY 2018-19, and 22% higher than the disbursement made
during the same period last year. The outstanding portfolio of agri.
credit also increased to Rs. 521 billion at end December 2018 from Rs.
442 billion last year, witnessing a growth of 17.9%. Moreover, the
number of outstanding borrowers also increased to 3.90 million at end
December 2018 from 3.46 million last year, with a growth of 12.8%. The
Chair also appreciated the efforts of microfinance banks and
institutions in providing financing to small and marginalized farmers.

Governor Bajwa, pointed out that despite witnessing reasonable
progress during FY 2018-19, the industry still faces various demand
and supply side challenges. In particular, he highlighted the
geographical disparities in provision of agri. credit as the
disbursements in KPK, Balochistan and GB which still remain far from
their respective targets. Like-wise, banks were advised to pay special
focus on production loans for small farmers. He also emphasized banks
to enhance their outreach in terms of agricultural infrastructure by
hiring agriculture credit officers. The Governor also highlighted the
efforts of Islamic banks in achieving a growth of 80% in disbursement
during July-December 2018 compared to the same period last year,
however, their share in total disbursement still remains less than 3%
in overall agri. credit.

The Governor urged banks to address these issues by adopting a more
focused approach especially towards the underserved areas for
achieving Rs. 1,250 billion agri. credit target for FY 2018-19 while
bringing a qualitative shift in agri. financing. He also urged Islamic
banks and Islamic windows of commercial banks to play an active role
in expanding outreach in potential areas particularly to faith
sensitive farming community.

The inaugural remarks of the Governor were followed by a detailed
presentation wherein the performance of banks on agri. financing
during the first half of FY 2018-19 was reviewed against their targets
and potential areas of concerns were also highlighted. The committee
was also apprised by renowned agri. professionals and representatives
of banks on various innovative initiatives in agri. financing
including (i) adoption of land record management information system
for agri. financing in Punjab, (ii) promotion of high value crops,
(iii) developing E-platform for provision of quality agri. Inputs, and
(iv) women empowerment through value chain financing for
livestock/dairy in Gilgit Baltistan.

The meeting was attended by senior officials of SBP, presidents &
senior executives from commercial, specialized, Islamic, and
microfinance banks & institutions, representatives of federal &
provincial governments, and provincial chambers of agriculture.

e (ACAC) held in Hyderabad on the other day .

“I would urge the stakeholders including banks, federal and provincial
governments  to harness technology platforms for enhancing
agricultural productivity”,

“Holding ACAC meetings at various locations shows our commitment for
promoting agricultural financing in all regions, especially in
underserved areas. While, previous meetings were held in Baluchistan
and AJK, we are convening this meeting for the first time in Hyderabad
to provide impetus for agricultural finance in the region”, expressed
Governor in his inaugural remarks. While reviewing the progress on
agricultural credit during July-December 2018, the Governor
appreciated the efforts of banks in promoting agricultural finance.
The Governor shared that during the first half of FY 2018-19, banks
have disbursed Rs. 527.3 billion, which is 42.2% of the total assigned
target for FY 2018-19, and 22% higher than the disbursement made
during the same period last year. The outstanding portfolio of agri.
credit also increased to Rs. 521 billion at end December 2018 from Rs.
442 billion last year, witnessing a growth of 17.9%. Moreover, the
number of outstanding borrowers also increased to 3.90 million at end
December 2018 from 3.46 million last year, with a growth of 12.8%. The
Chair also appreciated the efforts of microfinance banks and
institutions in providing financing to small and marginalized farmers.

Governor Bajwa, pointed out that despite witnessing reasonable
progress during FY 2018-19, the industry still faces various demand
and supply side challenges. In particular, he highlighted the
geographical disparities in provision of agri. credit as the
disbursements in KPK, Balochistan and GB which still remain far from
their respective targets. Like-wise, banks were advised to pay special
focus on production loans for small farmers. He also emphasized banks
to enhance their outreach in terms of agricultural infrastructure by
hiring agriculture credit officers. The Governor also highlighted the
efforts of Islamic banks in achieving a growth of 80% in disbursement
during July-December 2018 compared to the same period last year,
however, their share in total disbursement still remains less than 3%
in overall agri. credit.

The Governor urged banks to address these issues by adopting a more
focused approach especially towards the underserved areas for
achieving Rs. 1,250 billion agri. credit target for FY 2018-19 while
bringing a qualitative shift in agri. financing. He also urged Islamic
banks and Islamic windows of commercial banks to play an active role
in expanding outreach in potential areas particularly to faith
sensitive farming community.

The inaugural remarks of the Governor were followed by a detailed
presentation wherein the performance of banks on agri. financing
during the first half of FY 2018-19 was reviewed against their targets
and potential areas of concerns were also highlighted. The committee
was also apprised by renowned agri. professionals and representatives
of banks on various innovative initiatives in agri. financing
including (i) adoption of land record management information system
for agri. financing in Punjab, (ii) promotion of high value crops,
(iii) developing E-platform for provision of quality agri. Inputs, and
(iv) women empowerment through value chain financing for
livestock/dairy in Gilgit Baltistan.

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