DHFL owes over Rs 45,000 to banks, and the rest to other financiers including mutual funds, pension funds and insurers.
The company is estimated to be sitting on a debt-pile of over Rs 90,000 crore.
IL&FS group's failure has made banks highly risk averse to the NBFC sector, leading to a severe liquidity crunch.
SBI was to first one to link loans and deposits to the repo rate from May and home loans from July, six other banks followed.
Earlier this month, RBI announced three major steps to encourage banks to lend more to liquidity starved NBFCs.
NBFCs, including HFCs, came under stress following series of defaults by group companies of IL&FS in September last year.
Participating banks suggested that government should simplify GST framework and lower GST rates to enhance tax compliance.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the government is looking at the financial sector woes and will address them.
Piramal Enterprises's Ajay Piramal said that industry raised several matters such as reluctance of banks to lend to the industry.
Companies are very despondent about the cost of capital. They are also less cheerful than earlier on availability of funding.