Loan against fixed deposit is a secured loan where you can pledge your deposit as collateral and get a loan in return. In case of a financial emergency such as medical expenses or paying off for marriage, people tend to look out for loans from a lot of sources to meet their needs.
Last Updated Date: January 24, 2022
Laxmi Bank Limited was incorporated as the 16th commercial bank of Nepal in April 2002. The Bank has been combined with limited HISEF finance,The first generation financial firm which was the first merger in Nepalese corporate history, was HISEF finance limited. Laxmi Bank is a technologically driven bank which has been categorized as a 'Class A' financial institution and has been re-registered under “Banks and Financial Institution Act” in 2006. This bank is popular among its customers for its creativity and highest quality services. Laxmi bank believes in offering its clients the services of accountability, professionalism and strong ethical tone. The bank 's key vision is the provision of the most integrated financial services.
Loan against FD (Fixed Deposit) is a type of secured loan where customers can pledge their fixed deposit as security and get a loan in return. The amount of loan depends on the FD deposit amount. This can go up to 90% – 95% of the deposit amount. During a cash crunch or emergency, people tend to look for loans from a lot of sources. One of those sources can be getting loans against fixed deposits (FD) from banks. This is a time-efficient way of getting a short-term loan. Instead of breaking the FD prematurely, depositors can easily apply for a loan against their FD with the bank. When availing loan against fixed deposit, banks keep customer’s FD as the collateral. This makes the loan thus raised secured. Since it’s a secured loan, interest charged for the same is cut short. In case the loanee is not able to repay the loan amount, the bank can easily procure it from the FD amount. Usually, this amount is settled at the time of maturity.