Zerodha, an Indian discount broker was able to rapidly scale and satisfy a surge in demand during the recent market downturn. As its original proposition of low-cost transactions has worn off, it relied on its technical prowess to compete. What else can it do to sustainably grow, particularly in a post-Covid India that has a seemingly insatiable appetite for digital financial products?
Feature Space helps financial institutions detect fraud with advanced AI deployed at the heart of institutions IT systems.
Capital Float leverages an innovative data-driven approach to identifying creditworthy borrowers who are unable to access banks. While loan disbursements have crossed $1bln during the 5 years of its existence, the company is aiming for continuous and sustainable growth.
Nubank is a fintech that was founded in 2013 and entered the Brazilian market to compete with traditional financial services providers. From its inception, it offered consumer credit cards that slashed annual fees and that were entirely managed by […]
Nubank is the world's most valuable digital bank. This post reflects on some of the reasons why the startup was able to achieve such success.
“I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity”- John D. Rockerfeller.
This is the story of how Paytm turned one of India’s most recent economic disasters -Demonetization- into the reason for its unicorn status!
Visa recently announced plans to acquire Plaid for $5.3 billion dollars. How did this company become one of fintech’s biggest winners in only a few years?
With the aggressive push towards UPI and Rupay by the Indian Government, global giants Visa and Mastercard are losing their dominance as Digital Payments Ecosystem in India proliferates.
Finally asking ourselves ‘what did we do before Venmo?’ and ‘how does Venmo create value?’
Monzo has positioned themselves as a digital-only alternative to traditional consumer banks. Their use of technology has allowed them to offer greater convenience, transparency and service – all at a lower cost. They’re winning, and they’re likely to continue doing so.