Technology has opened up the Indian finance sector, creating equal opportunities for one and all.
The Lord Mayor of London, William Russell, concluded a two-day virtual visit to India this week that focussed on enhancing the UK-India fintech collaboration and developing a pathway towards sustainable capital flow between the two countries. In this interview with ‘India Global Business’, the global ambassador for the UK’s financial and professional services industry at the City of London Corporation sheds some light on the priority areas for closer cooperation, post-Brexit focus and the optimism around the UK’s very own Covid-19 vaccine offering a light at the end of the tunnel.
With the new entry of Razorpay, technological innovation and adaptation in India, across an array of sectors, has ensured the rapid upsurge of six unicorns across diverse platforms that are ambitious and aggressive.
Gabriele Sabato, Co-founder and CEO of Wiserfunding, a UK-based fintech start-up discusses the company's expansion into India, the Indian fintech market and why SMEs are the future.
upGrad has tied up with the leading EMI financing platform ZestMoney, and fintech companies to offer working Indians an opportunity to earn diplomas and degrees.
Slice will use the funds to double its management team and explore banking partnerships to launch co-branded prepaid cards and credit cards.
The start-up said it raised funds from a clutch of US and UK based investors.