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?
Millions of people in India and around the world do not have access to traditional lending services, although credit access is essential for financial inclusion and economic progress. According to a recent TransUnion analysis, there are over 160 million credit-invisible individuals in India who are unable to obtain loans from banks and other formal financial… Continue reading The Potential of Co-Lending for the Underserved Segments
Transparency is a fundamental cornerstone of trust in any lending relationship, and it has special significance in the context of small business lending. The expansion of the economy, the creation of new jobs, and innovation are all significantly influenced by small enterprises. Small firms frequently encounter difficulties obtaining capital due to the complexity of the… Continue reading Importance of making the Indian Digital Lending Sector more Transparent
The financial industry has transformed noticeably over the years. It revamped its traditional methods of service to be more customer-centric in its approach. To a large extent, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a critical enabler in this transformation. Today, the financial industry is majorly based on building itself as a customer-centric domain and providing never-like-before… Continue reading AI Trends that will Revamp the Fintech Arena