Cashcow is a fintech startup, which is offering banking products at customer’s doorstep via the Ola / Uber model. Prior to founding Cashcow, Gaurav has founded few ventures which include organisations in the domains like Proprietary Algorithmic Trading Desk, Online Real Estate and Technology Consulting domains. Sector agnostic techno entrepreneur, Gaurav believes that technology can be used for bigger purposes beyond basic needs.
“The present Fintech Indian landscape is in evolution phase, where the startups in categories like digital payments, payday loans, aggregators, p2p lending are enabling technology to solve customer pain points and adding convenience in lending & payments space. One of the key parameter for the success of Indian Fintech startups would be how fast we can bring complete customer profile online. Even today in many ways the underwriting process is offline & physical paperwork is part of the process.”
This feature is part of the ‘Fintech India’ series.
In a time when the world is figuratively flat again – thanks to exchange of talent, skills and manpower globally – arises the common need to send money across borders. SingX, based in Singapore, is one such fintech attending to the need for cross-border remittance. With a team of banking and technology veterans, SingX has set its focus on easing money transfer for the consumer. Atul Garg of SingX tells Fintech Asia all about the company and industry they operate in…
Slack has announced today a Series G funding round led by Softbank Vision Fund with Accel as second largest investor – expands Slack’s existing $540M funding by an additional $250M; post money valuation now at $5.1B [April 2016: $3.8bn]
InstaReM, a Singapore-headquartered FinTech start-up offering convenient, fast and cost-effective cross-border money transfers to individuals and businesses, has received regulatory approval from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for facilitating overseas remittances from India. InstaReM plans to start its outbound money transfer services from India by November 2017 in partnership with a leading AD-I (Authorized Dealer – Category I) bank, per RBI’s governing conditions for the partnership.
The award recognises innovative and disruptive FinTech solutions implemented by FinTech startups, companies, and institutions. From a submission of 580 applications from 40 countries, the panel has chosen the Top 30 finalists, details of which can be found here. The finalists will further be evaluated on the basis of impact, practicality, interoperability, and uniqueness and creativity. The selection process will be led by PwC.
Founded in August 2015, Loan Frame is a fintech SME lending marketplace focused on solving the financing problem for millions of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in India. Loan Frame enables SME lending through partner lenders, by providing them the technology to efficiently originate and assess small business borrowers.
Fintech Asia features Loan Frame a B2B lending startup in India. Shailesh Jacob, Founder & CEO of the company, shares his thoughts on fintech and entrepreneurship.
This feature is part of the Fintech India series.
SINGAPORE & ANDHRA PRADESH, March 10, 2017 — Marvelstone Group, the private investment group behind the world’s largest fintech hub LATTICE80, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Andhra Pradesh in India to open the first LATTICE80 location outside of Singapore. LATTICE80 Vizag will be located in Fintech Valley Vizag’s Fintech Tower. As the largest city in […]