1. 1Hero FinCorp Essentials
    1. 1.1 Hero FinCorp ISIN
    2. 1.2 Hero FinCorp Face Value
    3. 1.3 Hero FinCorp Total Share
    4. 1.4 Hero FinCorp Total Income
    5. 1.5 Hero FinCorp Profit After Tax
    6. 1.6 Hero FinCorp Promoter Holding
    7. 1.7 Hero FinCorp EPS
    8. 1.8 Hero FinCorp P/E
    9. 1.9 Hero FinCorp P/B
    10. 2.0 Hero FinCorp Market Capitalisation
    11. 2.1 Hero FinCorp Enterprise Value
    12. 2.2 Hero FinCorp Book Value
    13. 2.3 Hero FinCorp Intrinsic Value
    14. 2.4 Hero FinCorp Earnings Yield
    15. 2.5 Hero FinCorp Dividend Yield
    16. 2.6 Hero FinCorp Sector
    17. 2.7 Hero FinCorp Sub-sector
    18. 2.8 Hero FinCorp Category
    19. 2.9 Hero FinCorp Cashflow - Operations
    20. 3.0 Hero FinCorp Cashflow - Financing
    21. 3.1 Hero FinCorp AUM
    22. 3.2 Hero FinCorp AUM Growth
  2. 2 Hero FinCorp Growth
    1. 2.1 Hero FinCorp Compounded Sales Growth
    2. 2.2 Hero FinCorp Compounded Profit Growth
    3. 2.3 Hero FinCorp Return On Equity
  3. 3 About Hero FinCorp
  4. 4 Hero FinCorp IPO Details
  5. 5 Hero FinCorp Funding
  6. 6 Hero FinCorp Merger & Acquisition
    1. 6.1 Hero FinCorp Merger
    2. 6.2 Hero FinCorp Acquisition
    3. 6.3 Hero FinCorp Investments
  7. 7 Hero FinCorp Subsidiaries
  8. 8 Hero FinCorp Business Model
  9. 9 Hero FinCorp Revenue Segmentation
  10. 10 Hero FinCorp Product & Services
  11. 11 Hero FinCorp Assets
  12. 12 Hero FinCorp Industry Overview
    1. 12.1 Hero FinCorp Industry Statistics
    2. 12.2 Hero FinCorp Future Prospects
    3. 12.3 Hero FinCorp Government Initiatives
  13. 13 Hero FinCorp Awards & Achievements
  14. 14 Hero FinCorp SWOT
    1. 14.1 Hero FinCorp Strengths
    2. 14.2 Hero FinCorp Shortcomings
    3. 14.3 Hero FinCorp Opportunities
    4. 14.4 Hero FinCorp Threats
  15. 15 Hero FinCorp Rating
  16. 16 Hero FinCorp Detail Info

Hero FinCorp Essentials

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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹1,278.32 Cr

Profit After Tax

-₹191.91 Cr







Market Capitalisation

₹9,738.96 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹37,668.46 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Earnings Yield

-1.97 %




Consumer Finance


Upcoming IPO

Cashflow - Operations

-₹5,411.55 Cr

Cashflow - Financing

₹4,348.76 Cr

Hero FinCorp Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 6.04%

    1 Year

  • 18.29%

    6 Year

  • 43.46%

    10 Year

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Compounded Profit Growth

  • -271.77%

    1 Year

  • -8.24%

    5 Year

  • -29.86%

    10 Year

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Return On Equity

  • -3.94%


  • 8.76%


  • 12.67%


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About Hero FinCorp

  • Hero FinCorp (an associate company of Hero MotoCorp), is an Indian Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC),disbursing a loan every 30 seconds. The company is currently engaged in consumer finance businesses and commercial lending. The company offers retail loans, such as two-wheeler, personal, used car, and loyalty loans; and corporate loans, including SME and commercial loans, loans against properties, unsecured business loans, medical equipment financing, working capital loans, inventory funding, and doctor’s loans, as well as emergency credit lines and loans to small, medium, and corporates, etc.
  • It also provides finance, leasing, bill discounting, and related financial services. 
  • Hero FinCorp, is present at over 2000 retail touch-points across India, and has partnered with over 2000 satisfied corporate clients. Going forward, company is planning to continue expanding offerings and geographic presence, whilst offering class leading financial services to all sections of the society.
  • By April 2013, the company began giving two-wheelers loans to customers. In 2014, it ventured into loans against property, loans for small and medium enterprises and commercial loans.
  • The company was launched in Dec,91 as Hero Honda Finlease Ltd by extending working capital loans and medium-term finance to component suppliers and dealers of parent firm Hero MotoCorp and has registered office in New Delhi.
  • In 2011, as Hero Honda Motors was restructured, the company was renamed Hero FinCorp and acquired its present form.

  • Hero FinCorp IPO Details

Hero Fincorp, the finance arm of two-wheeler major Hero Motocorp, was eying to float its initial public offering (IPO) soon as the company successfully completed a funding round of Rs 2,000 crore recently. But as of 2022 there is no other information regarding the company's IPO

  • Hero FinCorp Funding

Funded By Funding Amount Date of Investment Fund Name
Apollo Global Management $ 558.70 M Feb 2022 Private Placement
Chrys Capital $ 291.08 M May 2020 Growth
Credit Suisse $ 149.76 M Sep 2016 Private Equity Round
  • Hero FinCorp Subsidiaries

  • Hero Fincorp has one wholly-owned subsidiary company: Hero Housing Finance Limited (“HHFL”). It is an all-inclusive housing finance company providing hassle-free home loans PAN India which includes the following products to its customers: (i) Home Loans, (ii) Loan Against Property, etc.
  • HHFL had seen considerable growth in the financial year 2021-22, aided by strong volume growth across all its lines of business. During the financial year 2021-22, HHFL has turned profitable and reported a profit after tax of Rs. 2.09 crore as against a loss after tax of Rs.19.00 crore for the financial year 2020-21.

Hero FinCorp Business Model

  • The company is engaged in the business of finance and investments as an NBFC without accepting public deposits for which the certificate of registration has been obtained from the Department of Non-Banking Supervision, RBI.
  • The company is currently engaged in consumer finance, business, and commercial lending. Consumer finance includes financing Hero MotoCorp two-wheeler, loyalty customer loans, and providing loans against property. On the commercial lending side, it provides Indian corporates with a wide portfolio of financing products which include working capital loans, and machine loans among others. It is a captive finance company of Hero MotoCorp Ltd.
  • Hero FinCorp Revenue Segmentation

  • Interest Income
  • Dividend income
  • Profit on sale of investment
  • Other financial charges
  • Other Income
  • Hero FinCorp Product & Services

  • Two Wheeler Loans
  • Loyalty Customer Personal Loans
  • Used Car Finance
  • Loan Against Property
  • SME & Commercial Loans
  • SimplyCash - Instant Loan App
  • Hero FinCorp Assets

Assets owned by HeroFincorp as of 31st March'22:

AssetsAmount in Rs.
3.33 Cr.
Plant and equipment
0.74 Cr.
Furniture and fixtures
2.86 Cr.
18.46 Cr.
Data processing equipment
20.58 Cr.
Office equipment
2.82 Cr.
Vehicle on Operating lease
0.72 Cr.

  • Hero FinCorp Industry Overview

Industry Statistics


  • Non-Banking Financial Company(NBFC) sector plays an important role in financial inclusion by meeting the credit needs of the retail and MSME sector by providing consumer credit, including automobile finance, etc. It provides efficient credit distribution reach to untapped and under-penetrated regions and customer classes.
  • NBFCs’ asset size grew by 9.8% in March 2020 to around Rs. 33,893 billion and grew by a sedate 2.5% in March 2021 to around Rs. 34,753 billion. The asset size of NBFCs grew continuously over the years, but the pace of growth moderated following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. According to India Ratings, the NBFC sector is expected to clock loan growth of 7-8% in the current financial year (FY22). The major reason for this growth is the increasing demand for updated vehicles and per capita income. 
  • In 2020-21, NBFCs registered a slight improvement in asset quality over 2019-20 due to asset classification standstill given the pandemic and with the help of resolution of a few accounts in the infrastructure category during the year. In 2021-22, the asset quality of the sector had deteriorated to a certain extent, the GNPA ratio increased from 6.0% in March 2021 to 6.8%, while the NNPA ratio increased from 2.7% in March 2021 to 3.0% by the end of September 2021.

Vehicle Financing via NBFCs: 

  • The credit delivery of the NBFC sector constituted 11.6 % of GDP in FY20.NBFCs’ credit to retail loans stood at Rs. 7,865 billion as on March 2021, while their credit as of September 2021 was Rs.7,622 billion indicating a de-growth of 3.1% over March 2021.  
  • While the share of vehicle loans in overall retail loans improved, the total credit towards vehicle loans decreased to Rs. 3486.7 billion indicating a de-growth of 2.2% over March 2021. A major chunk of NBFCs retail loans comprises vehicle/ auto loans which stood at Rs. 3565.5 billion as of March 2021 with a contribution of 45.3% of retail loans.

Key Trends:

  • NBFCs vehicle financing (auto loans) segment was highly impacted on account of a significant decline in collection efficiencies for vehicles deployed in goods and passenger movement. In addition to this, commercial vehicle owners suffered from a decline in loan factors and freight rates coupled with rising diesel prices significantly impacting their cash flows which in turn impacted their ability to repay their obligations. 
  • In addition to this, further delinquencies in two-wheeler and three-wheeler loans, the aftermath of the moratorium, and the low liquidity profile of customers post the Covid-19 pandemic has led to a rise in non-performing assets of NPCs. 
  • NBFCs take enormous exposure to vehicle financing. Around 85% of the total vehicle financing exposure of NBFCs is from commercial vehicles (CVs) and passenger car/utility Vehicles (UVs) financing. NBFCs Credit deployed to Auto Loans was 8.73% of the NBFCs Non-food credit deployed in FY19 which improved to 10.13% in FY20 as a result of ease of availability of finance and reduction in lending rates.
  • In coming years key growth drivers of the company are demand for vehicles the following pick-up in industrial activity adoption of Electronic Vehicles, Underserved, and Unbanked population, who do not have sufficient collateral and there is a lack of organized financial support.

Competitive Landscape:

  • Major players in the auto financing market are M&M financial services and Poonawala Fincorp, where Hero Fincorp carries a small % of the market, that too in unsecured lending which is highly risky.

Future Prospects

  • The Indian auto industry is expected to record strong growth in 2021-22, post recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. India is expected to be the world’s third-largest automotive market in terms of volume by 2026. 
  • India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has changed the outlook for retail non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs) to ‘improving’ from ‘stable’ for the second half of 2021-22. NBFCs with a diversified asset mix and non-overlapping customer segments could be considered better placed, according to the agency. It expects NBFCs to maintain growth in the range of 9-10% and HFCs at 10% in FY22
  • The Commercial Vehicle industry is likely to rebound and show recovery after witnessing two consecutive years of double-digit de-growth. Demand for Commercial Vehicles is also likely to benefit from various government initiatives to help revive the economy. Domestic Passenger Vehicles are expected to have nominal growth in the coming months of FY22 as it is highly impacted by the ongoing semi-conductors shortage, a critical component used in PV manufacturing. 
  • The Indian age demography has two-thirds of our population below 35 years of age, Share of the population in the age group 0-14 is 26.16%. The share of the working age population (15-65 years) is 67.27%, which indicates a very positive future outlook for the Indian Auto financing Industry. As this generation is bending towards new updated versions of vehicles, are ready to spend a lot on the ease o using them.
  • As updated vehicles with greener fuels are coming up, this may induce the demand in the auto sector and is supposed to bring demand for the auto financing industry too.

Government Initiatives

  • The government and the RBI rolled out a host of measures In FY20 in order to restrict the impact of the pandemic, provide relief and help the economy regain its footing.
  • The RBI, in March 2020, offered relief to borrowers by announcing a moratorium on EMIs of all term loans for a period of six months ending 31 August 2020. The moratorium was available on all loans including home loans, personal loans, and credit card dues, among others. The RBI also stated that using the moratorium option may not result in any impact on the credit scores of borrowers or cause any credit downgrade.
  • The RBI opened a window on 30 September 2021 under the Resolution Framework 2.0 allowing lending individuals to implement resolution plans related to their exposures to individuals and small businesses including MSMEs with aggregate exposure up to Rs.50 crore while classifying the same as 'Standard'. The objective of this move was to alleviate the potential stress on individual borrowers and small businesses due to the pandemic.
  • The Government extended the scope of the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) on 31 March 2021 by introducing the ECLGS 3.0 to meet the credit needs of companies belonging to the hospitality, travel, tourism, leisure, and sporting industries. Following this, the Government announced the ECLGS 4.0 to cover the credit needs of hospitals to set up oxygen generation plants.
  • RBI lends to banks in four tranches of Rs 25,000 Cr each. In total Rs 1 lakh Cr in TLTRO. The first tranche was available on March 27, 2020, and the last tranche of Rs 25,000 Cr was up for bidding on April 17, 2020. Once the banks bid for an amount, they will get it at the repo rate (currently 4.4%, but the interest rate will change for subsequent periods as the repo changes) for a tenure of three years. 
  • To address the issue of asset-liability mismatch of NBFCs, the Reserve Bank introduced the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) requirement for all deposit-taking NBFCs and non-deposit-taking NBFCs with an asset size of 5,000 crores and above.

Hero FinCorp Awards & Achievements

• Hero FinCorp Limited was certified as a Great Place to Work for the fourth time in a row.

• Hero FinCorp is amongst Top 30 Best Workplaces in BFSI 2020 for the third year in a row.

Hero FinCorp Strengths

  • Hero Fincorp has a strong brand name and is backed by Hero motors. It receives operational, financial, and managerial support from Hero MotoCorp Ltd(HMCL), its largest shareholder.
  • It has a PAN India presence on the network which is proved by, 7 million plus happy customers.
  • The company has a well-defined and scalable organizational structure based on product, territory, and process knowledge.
  • A total of over 8.78 Lakh of Two-wheeler loans were disbursed in the last financial year (10 Lakh in FY21) amounting to a total active customer base of around 2.8 million and an asset book of approx. Rs. 7,980 crore
  • The company's digital vertical has improved the process for instant Personal Loan product – ‘SimplyCash’ which has led to 14 lakh app installations.
  • The company has got an AA+ rating from ICRA, CRISIL, and CARE for its Non-Convertible Debentures and Subordinated Debt.

Hero FinCorp Shortcomings

  • Hero Fincorp's business and growth is directly linked with the GDP growth of the country and as till now country is affected by covid the impact is ongoing on company as well.
  • As during April, Non-bank lenders and housing finance companies catering to the self-employed were looking at fresh slippages, with initial estimates suggesting a rise in the portfolio at risk, a fall in loan pool sales and tepid loan collections. Cheque-bounce rates picked up, pointing to stress in the unsecured segment. The risk is still prevailing in the market, which may affect the company as well.
  • Hero MotoCorp Ltd.(HMCL) and its associates accounted for nearly 52% of total business sourced within the HMCL ecosystem. Which is not a good sign for company's individual growth. Though the company may remain significantly dependent on HMCL and its associates, an improvement in scale of operations and foray into new businesses should help the company diversify its revenue profile.
  • CRISIL's analysis of Hero Fincorp's asset liability maturity profile as of March 2020 shows cumulative positive mismatch (cumulative inflows over cumulative outflows) in the up to 1 year buckets.
  • As per CRISIL, HFCL continues to tap debt capital market for fresh issuances and raised funding via bank borrowings, which can make the company more risky for investors.
  • Hero Fincorp mainly deals in unsecured loans which brings huge risk for the company. As the company is backed by Hero MotoCorp, major vehicle financing for customers is done by them. Due to this company had to face many defaults after covid pandemic as well. They are trying to move in secured market as well but currently a big portion of their loan book consist of unsecured loans.

Hero FinCorp Opportunities

  • The company deals in largely untapped market, both rural and urban and also geographically. There are still many locations in India itself where company can expand their services.
  • In coming years more and more customers are likely to go for technology upgradation, in terms of automatic or greener vehicles, this may create opportunity for the company to finance them.
  • The company can work on onboarding customers on technology platform and effectively use them for extending credit on their working capital needs and for also enhancing digital footprint on recovery.
  • In May 2020, RBI cut interest rates to its lowest in 20 years to 4% which has compelled banks to cut rates for FDs. Hence, RBI giving money to boost Banks and banks would lend to NBFC at much less rate this may result in higher NIMs for NBFCs.

Hero FinCorp Threats

  • Hero Fincorp is likely to get impacted by all risks associated with pandemic, as higher the risk, higher would be the default rate with lower consumers and corporates using financing services.
  • The company may also get impacted by inadequate availability of bank finance and upsurge in borrowing cost.
  • The company faces huge competition from captive finance companies, small finance banks.
  • Asset quality deterioration may wipe of entire profits as well as the net worth of the company.
  • Financial service firms are prime target of cybercrimes. Because of sensitive data entry they carry, they are more likely to be targets which can be a big threat for them.
  • In this industry customer retention rate is decreasing year on year. What matters to most customers is great personalization, more automated services and easier access to services. Now companies need to try harder to retain their customers.

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