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Feb 06, 2020
SuperMoney indeed: Mumbai-based startup raises a million USD from Unitus VenturesThe startup offers credit, savings and insurance solutions to blue-collar, gig workers.
Jan 06, 2020
Investments in Indian tech startups grew 18% in 2019; Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru account for lion's share of funds: ReportGlobally, the total funding for technology startups is estimated to have dipped by 22 percent to $293 billion from $375 billion in 2018, with a 27 percent drop in deals
Aug 16, 2019
Fintech startup deals in India surpass China, dealmaking expected to continue at strong pace in IndiaChina had marginally higher investments at $375 million during the period, compared to the $350 million in India.
Apr 19, 2019
RBI proposes to allow fintech start-ups to test regulatory sandbox in retail payments, AI, data analyticsThe target applicants for entry to the RS are fintech firms which meet the eligibility conditions prescribed for start-ups by the government
Oct 25, 2018
IIM-A's Financial Inclusion Lab picks 11 startups in 1st batch; will provide capital, market access and mentorshipThe successful entrants will use technology-based strategies such as automation, underwriting and machine learning to help improve the financial health of the target population
Oct 17, 2017
Reliance Retail to be the biggest challenge to Amazon and Flipkart, says former Infosys CFO TV Mohandas PaiIn e-commerce, the biggest threat to Amazon and Flipkart will be Reliance Retail because Reliance Jio is there all over India, said TV Mohandas Pai
Apr 19, 2017
Investment bank Nomura sets up $92mn fund for fintech startupsInvestment bank Nomura has decided to set up a $92 million fund to assist start-ups, a senior official said.
Jun 29, 2016
Taking the Indian BFSI industry to the cloudLast year, when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised concerns regarding the possibility of growing systemic risk for the entire financial markets due to high frequency trading (HFT), the opinion was based on insights received from data.