Artificial intelligence has emerged as a game changer in the fintech business, with enormous potential to transform operations, improve client experiences, and drive innovation. However, despite its promised benefits, fintech organizations confront a number of hurdles in properly implementing AI. Data Quality and Availability One of the key issues that fintechs encounter when using AI… Continue reading Challenges Faced by Fintech Companies Adopting AI
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?
Financial inclusion refers to the process of ensuring access to affordable financial services, such as banking, insurance and credit, to all sections of society, particularly the underprivileged and low-income groups. Data Points to understand Financial Inclusion The need for Financial Inclusion Addressing poverty – Financial inclusion can help to alleviate poverty by providing access to… Continue reading Financial Inclusion; the need and future
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
With thousands of Fintechs in the market constantly experimenting with newer products and services, the idea of bringing it all to a single platform was quite anticipated. However, Fintechs are now expected to do much more. Fintechs began by designing a virtual universe where customers could choose from a range of products and services; however… Continue reading Fintechs designing the ‘One Platform’ Concept
The origination of the micro-lending industry in India dates back to the 1980s when India took inspiration from Bangladesh’s successful reforms where they benefitted from distributing loans to the underprivileged women of their region. What began as an experiment, quickly turned into something substantial for India. Today, India’s micro-lending portfolio stands at Rs 2.93 Lakh… Continue reading Micro-lending changing the Rural landscape
The Information Age, alternatively known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, Silicon Age or New Media Age, is a mid-20th century period that is characterized by a shift from traditional industries to an economy being built on information technology. As of the current date of 2023, information technology has become an invaluable part of every… Continue reading Tech Trends in 2023
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?