Startups in India for long have been the favourites of private equity and venture capital investors doling out funds. Banks, however, have been tough players on the funding scene. While banks in India (both private and public) are beginning to introduce initiatives to cater to startups, the efforts remain largely limited to regulatory guidance and corporate banking incentives. Some of them have stretched out as an incubators for startups but extending loans has been missing from most banks’ strategy to attract entrepreneurs.

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