ICICI Bank Business Loan


ICICI BANK Business Loan Features

  • Customized solutions for ICICI bank Business Loans
  • Loans for new Business startups
  • Collateral free loans
  • Secured Loan for Merchant Establishment against credit card receivables.
  • Business loans based on past transaction history
  • Loans for educational institutions
  • Get Export Finance, Letter of Credit, Bank Guarantees and foreign currency loans to support your business
  • Business Loans for day to day needs
  • Business expansion and asset purchases


ICICI Bank is one of the largest private sector bank of India with approx consolidated assets of USD 173 billion and profit of USD 1.0 billion for the year ended March 31, 2018. ICICI Bank currently has a network of 4,867 Branches and 14,367 ATMs across India.  It is headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, with its registered office in Vadodara.

Documents Required for ICICI Bank Business Loan

  • Application form duly filled in and signed.
  • Self-attested copy of KYC Documents -
    • Entity proof – Partnership deed/Certificate of Incorporation/Shops and Establishment certificate
    • Copy of PAN Card, Aadhaar card of Entity, Proprietors/Partners/Directors, Security providers and guarantors
    • Address Proof of Entity, Proprietors/Partners/Directors, Security providers and guarantors
  • Financials
    • Last 3 years Audited/Provisional Financials (Audited financials to include Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account along with schedules and Notes to Accounts, Tax audit reports, Statutory Audit report). In case of Provisional financials, VAT returns are also required.
    • Current year performance and projected turnover on letterhead of the entity
    • Last 1 year Income Tax returns of the borrowing entity (along with Computation of Income and copy of acknowledgement), if filed online, acknowledgement number is required
  • Bank Statements
    • Latest Bank Statements for last 6 months (in case of First Time Borrower) and 12 months (in case of Takeover proposals).
    • In case of multiple banking, statements covering minimum 75% of banking turnover is to be provided.
  • Other documents as required by the bank

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