We require no collateral to approve your Orjon loan.
The application process for the Standard Chartered Orjon Loan is quick and simple
Standard Chartered will extend loans up to a maximum value of BDT 1.00 crore.
- Women Entrepreneurs having more than 3 years of business experience
- Women Entrepreneurs having more than BDT 1.60 crore annual sales turnover
- Women Sole proprietorship
- Partnership firm having majority of the share owned by women partners
- Private Limited companies having majority of the share owned by women shareholders
- How do I apply for a Orjon?
- Visit your nearest Standard Chartered Bank branch
- If you are a Liability customers you may also get in touch with your Relationship Managers to know more and apply for an Orjon Loan
- What are the benefits of taking a Orjon from Standard Chartered Business Banking?
- Lower interest rate than usual Business Intalment loan is offered to Women Entrepreneurs
- Fast processing of the application
- Attractive limit
- What is the maximum tenure of the loan?
The maximum tenure for which you can avail the facility is up to 48 months.
- Application form of Orjon
- Valid Current Trade License
- Trade License of last 3 years
- Latest 12 month Bank Statement
- National ID/Passport/Driving License of Business Owners
- Utility Bill of Business
- 12 Digit e-TIN Certificate
- Photograph of the owners
- Sanction letter of all other bank loans
- Board/Partnership Resolution ( for partnership and private limited companies only)
- Partnership deed and registration certificate from registrar of firms ( for Partnership businesses only)
- Memorandum of Article of Association and Certificate of Incorporation (for Private Limited Company only)
- Borrowing clause needs to be present in Memorandum of Article of Association
- Updated Form X and XII ( for Private Limited company only)
- End use of fund declaration ( at the time of disbursement)
Please note that the above requirements are not exhaustive and the bank may require further documentation for credit assessment on a case to case basis.
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