The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced rules on co-lending by banks and non-bank financial companies (NBFCs) to priority sectors. The primary goal of the revised scheme, renamed “Co-Lending Model” (CLM), is to increase credit flow to the unserved and underserved sectors of the economy and make funds available to the ultimate beneficiary at an… Continue reading Where is Co-lending heading in the Next Five Years?
The emergence of financial technology (fintech) in recent years has transformed the way we conduct financial transactions. The rise of digital currencies is one of the most significant developments in the fintech industry. While cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have gained popularity, central banks around the world are investigating the possibilities of central bank digital currencies… Continue reading Fintech and Digital Currencies: Exploring the Potential of Central Bank Digital Currencies
The fast-paced advancement of financial technology (fintech) has disrupted the old banking landscape, compelling banks to rethink their strategies and adapt to a changing economic environment. Fintech firms challenge traditional banking methods by bringing agility, innovation, and customer-centric solutions. Banks are recognizing the need to reconsider their approach to fintech collaborations as the economy advances.… Continue reading How the changing Economy forces Banks to Rethink Fintech Partnerships?
The evolution of Indian banks migrating to digital channels can be traced back to the early 2000s when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) started promoting the use of electronic payment systems. The introduction of the National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) in 2005 and the Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) in 2010 were significant steps toward… Continue reading Indian banks migrating to digital channels; more on the evolution
The Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) were established in India in 1975 with the objective of developing its rural economy through inclusive banking services. RRBs are jointly owned by the Government of India (GoI), the respective state government and a sponsor bank with the intention to elevate and empower the population under their governance. When the… Continue reading The Significance of Regional Rural Banks in India
The retail loan industry in India is growing rapidly. Compared to March 2021, the retail loans increased by 50% in March 2022. NBFCs are mainly responsible for this huge surge in the growth of personal lending. Issuing credit cards also grew by 13%. Lenders are more willing to increase loans and credits mainly because of… Continue reading What Is Credit Risk Evaluation?
From the years 2021 to 2025, the global fintech market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.58%. Contributing to this growth is the concept of Neobanks. With the advent of new technologies and automation taking every industry by storm, the Neobanks industry is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR)… Continue reading What are Neobanks and how do they change the FinTech market?
Digital banking in India is expected to grow with a CAGR of 23.1% from 2022 to 2030. NBFC growth is also estimated to hit $5 trillion in 2024. E-Banking existed as an additional service before COVID-19. However, after the pandemic, globally, the concept of Internet banking has changed. Indian banks have achieved phenomenal growth by… Continue reading The Future Of Online Banking In India