Friday, 3 Jul, 5 PM – 6 PM
In an evolving economy like India, FinTech lenders must navigate multi-faceted webs of compliances, regulations and the current domestic and global macroeconomic environment. This has raised the cost of borrowing, leading to supply-side constraints for alternative digital lenders.
Digital lending has significant advantages over traditional lending, with the potential to address prevalent credit-related challenges in India. One of the most distinguishable advantages of digital lending is speedier approval of credit. Credit evaluations and loan disbursals on digital platforms have visibly quicker turnaround times than traditional loans – particularly for small-ticket credits and advances, which are most common among new-to-credit borrowers.
A new crop of technology-driven lenders is re-imagining and restructuring the traditional lending value chain in the country by targeting specific touchpoints to enhance customer experience and drive operational efficiency, by leveraging advanced technologies and offering a seamless user experience for accessing financial products and services
During the webinar, we would like to discuss various digital lending models, use-cases and learning from Microfinance for Digital Lending 2.0
AGENDA / DISCUSSION TOPICS
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Manoj Kumar Sharma, Director, MicroSave
Kamal Kaushik, COO (MSME) Fusion Microfinance
Manish Bhatia, President for Tech and Analytics, Lendingkart
Ajit Kumar, Founder & CEO, RupeeCircle.com
Pranay Bhargava, Founder, Impact Micro Ventures
Webinar/Workshop organized by: CIIE
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