Date

August 31, 2017

Location

Mumbai

Capacity

50 Tickets

Speakers

10 Professional Speakers

About The Event

Global investments in Fintech more than tripled in 2014, reaching more than $12 billion. In comparison, banks spent an estimated $215 billion on IT worldwide in 2014, including hardware, software, and internal and external services.

Payment space:- This has been most challenged by tech-driven new entrants. Mobile Internet and smartphone penetration have been a game changer in consumer and SME finance and payments.

Marketplace lending or P2P lending:- It offers online platforms to match borrowers and lenders with the aim of lowering the borrowing cost for borrowers and increasing returns for lenders. Marketplace lending has been around for over a decade but has only seen a take-off in growth over the last few years.

Fintech summit will address advances in

1. Payments
2. Marketplace lending or P2P lending
3. Cyber Security in financial transactions and data
4. Next Gen Banking using
4.1 Blockchain
4.2 Personalised & Structured Platforms
4.3 Government's vision to go less cash
4.4 More Phone Less Card
5. Digital technologies for Rural

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Event Schedule


X Topic Abstract

20.6% Indians do not have access to formal banking. However, with the rising annual income per household in rural India from 2.8% to 3.6 percent by 2025, banking and financial institutions have a huge opportunity – but only if it moves fast enough to tap into a market that is buzzing with aspirations and billions of mobile phones.

Innovation in Fintech has been fast-paced, but it cannot achieve scale unless it reaches out to the rural consumer base. Going forward, the need to introduce financial literacy to rural consumers on their mobile phones will be critical to Fintech’s growth, and so will be collecting data from rural consumers to better understand their needs and aspirations.

How can we transcend transcend language, literacy, and connectivity barriers to provide critical insights to Fintech industry and help it reach out to the last mile audience?

Speaker Profile

Elliot's life mission is to use business against poverty. He leads Business Development at Awaaz.De, helping financial institutions use mobile to acquire customers, increase on-time payments, prevent fraud, and train staff. He has served clients including YES Bank, Aditya Birla Idea Payments Bank, a top-5 insurance company, and various NBFC-MFIs and has promoted GoI's insurance and pension schemes. Before Awaaz.De, Elliot backpacked across 17 Asian countries over 15 months to learn from pioneering social enterprises. Previously, he founded Favela Experience, offering culturally immersive homestays to travelers in Brazil's marginalised favela communities. Originally from Los Angeles, he graduated in 2013 with a B.S. in Commerce from the University of Virginia.


X Topic Abstract

Traditional challenges faced by lenders in financing small business have necessitated the use of innovative methods for credit assessment. This session will focus on effective ways to assess small businesses’ credit worthiness through available information which has traditionally not been used for credit assessment

Speaker Profile

Amit Vora is Director, CRISIL Risk Solutions (CRS) and leads the business development, thought leadership and franchise building activities for this business. He has spearheaded adoption of CRISIL's flagship early warning system across leading banks in India.


X Topic Abstract

In Traditional Banking Model , Customer is engaged with Banking Services based on his needs . Recently we have seen trend is changing. Demonetisation , Payments bank Arrival , Smart Bank Arrival , New Technology Enhancements , Wallets penetration e & Rise of Fintech in recent years has helped customers to grow more agile and get educated on Financial investment activity. Disruption will change banking significantly. Customer Shift to its own interested services is major threat or an opportunity for banks to serve customers.

Payment Platforms : Almost 70% of Fintech industry is around Payments. Recently we have seen rise of Wallets , UPI Based Applications from banks. It has helped customer banking experience around Payment. Upcoming BBPS Platform by NPCI will add another way of payment of Bills. Banking Payment platform are growing towards P2P , M2P Payment modes. Although there are technical challenges like availability of network or smartphone there are other means of Payment System available Viz. POS , Aadhaar enabled Payment Services , NUUP, India QR , M-POS etc.

Speaker Profile

Currently He is working as Innovation Head & Technical Architect at DCB Bank. He is setting up innovation framework at DCB Bank. At DCB he has worked as Digital Head & part of various deliveries like India’s first Aadhaar enabled Biometric ATM, Straight Thru Fixed Deposit A/c Opening product - Zippi, Omni-Channel Framework for Bank, Mobile banking & Mobile Apps, Internet Banking Initiative, Unified Payment Interface (UPI), Bharat Bill Payment , Switch & Cards relevant initiatives.

Over 1.5 decades of Industry Experience in Engineering and Development, Product Development, Strategy, Governance, Risk Management, Finance, Business Process Management, Audit, Compliance, Consulting, Enterprise Architecture, Mobile Apps, Digital Transformation, Complex Event Processing, Fintech, E-Commerce, Payments, Platform and Product Innovation, Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Open Stack Cloud, Analytics, Big Data, IOT, BlockChain, Virtualization, UI-UX, Mobile Innovation, Product Roadmap Strategy, Business DevelopmentHe has bagged Many Leadership awards in Banking Sector recently and He has appeared in many BFSI Conferences as Key-Note Speaker”


X Topic Abstract

Today, an idea can progress from paper to reality almost overnight to become the "new normal." People used to Xerox a document, now they “Uber it” when taking a cab. It is hard to predict how the future of financial services will look like in ten years, however, some scenarios are starting to stand out as inevitable. One of those is the concept of an open platform. As the FinTech industry evolves, having an open platform and its tangible business benefits have been constantly in discussion. While most of us tend to define open platform in different ways, a common view is that an open platform is something that one can leverage further to build more. With a clear open platform strategy and focus on collaboration, financial institutions will be able to offer services to help them stay ahead of disruption, and perhaps become disrupters themselves.

The 20 minute presentation will illustrate how the power of Open Platform can be leveraged to drive innovation and efficiency in the FinTech space.

Speaker Profile

Bharat Rathod is the Market Development Leader for the Financial business at Thomson Reuters, South Asia. He has over 15 years of experience working with financial market participants and technology companies. At Thomson Reuters, Bharat is responsible for business development, devising go-to-market strategy, building propositions and driving growth opportunities.

He regularly engages with a broad set of communities including Banking, Corporate and Regulatory bodies with an additional interlock with the buy-side, discussing various market initiatives. He also leads FinTech and Innovation strategy.

Prior to this, Bharat was Vice President & Head–Risk, Compliance & Balance Sheet Management solutions business with Intellect (formerly Polaris Software) where he successfully created the practice, capability and business for Risk & Basel III Compliance solutions. Prior to Intellect, he worked with Credence Analytics, for over a decade, as the Product Head for mission critical Treasury and Risk Solutions across Banking & Corporate segments.

Bharat holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in Finance from NMIMS and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Mumbai.


X Topic Abstract

Digital lending in India has begun to show signs of prominence and has caught the attention of traditional lenders and startups alike. Alternative lending as an industry is poised to gain tremendous momentum because of the massive increase in digital data points that the nontraditional lenders have access to. Moreover, the untapped potential of SME lending market and the increasing need for working capital loan has led to demand of alternative lending platforms. Moreover, the sheer pace of loan approval and disbursal that these platforms provide pits them higher than the traditional banks and financial institution. Investors have also been quite positive about this sector as more than $300 million has been pumped in lending startups in the past one year. The fact that the market for SME lending is largely coupled with scaling potential for these startups has led to active investment in this sector.

With the digital lending industry growing at a rapid pace, Mr. Rahul Sanklecha, VP, Credit and Operations, Lendingkart Group, would like to speak on some of the trends dictating the growth of digital lending industry in India.

Speaker Profile

Rahul Sanklecha is the VP, Credit & Operations at Lendingkart Group. Rahul joined Lendingkart from ICRA Limited where he worked as Assistant Vice President for 5 years taking care of their credit analysis, analysis of financial statements and relevant operational data. An MBA from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Rahul started his career as Integration Developer in IBM India Private Limited.

At Lendingkart, Rahul's primary role is to devise credit policies keeping in mind the diverse set of industries that the company caters to along with capturing relevant data to train the Machine learning systems for credit decision. He also looks after data collection from various sources and enriching the same through tech integrations to gather secondary data.


X Topic Abstract

The most prime and untapped userbase, looking for solution for their problems. Lack of education,exposure and awareness, disconnect from urban areas, disparate income groups and unfulfilled demand. Technology needs to start from rural India, more than 250 million potential users and base connected to rest of the India(origin of roots). Government schemes, NGOs, mobile apps or other initiatives are still not able to connect with the rural masses. Different regions have different requirements, language and cultural barriers. With help of technology/digital platforms users need to be engaged, educated and encourage to adopt the technology. It is only possible by providing them what is necessary for them,bring the exposure to their doorsteps and usher them in the digital age.

Speaker Profile

Aditya was responsible for business development, establishing and maintaining key relationships with Merchant and alliance partners. Key work areas included acquiring merchants in Travel, Cab booking, Alliances and Partnership with Banks and Telecom Operators.


X Topic Abstract

The Government's push for a cashless economy, duly enumerated in the recently presented Union Budget 2017-18, will encourage financial institutions and SMEs to go digital. For instance, with SMEs engaging in cashless transactions following the demonetization move in November 2016, banks have been asked to launch 1 million POS terminals by March and 2 million AADHAAR based terminals by September. Online transactions will help create digital footprints of SMEs, which in turn will create insightful data for banks and lending companies. This data can be leveraged by financial institutions to understand SMEs better and to create tailor-made financial products.

Speaker Profile

Ajay Panjnani is a Senior Vice President at Capital float and heads their Structured Products vertical. He have over 14 years of experience in financial services. Ajay was previously with Kotak Mahindra group for over 12yrs and has extensive experience in Wealth Management and Product Development.

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Event Speakers

Rahul Sanklecha

Vice President

Lendingkart Group

Prasanna Lohar

Innovation Head & Technical Architect

DCB Bank

Elliot Rosenberg

VP

Awaaz.De

Aditya Rohit

Founder

HelpU

Ajay Panjnani

Senior Vice President

Capital Float

Amit Vora

Director

CRISIL Risk Solutions

Bharat Rathod

Head-Market Development

Thomson Reuters

Event Price list (31st)

Conference
(31st August)

Super Early Bird : Rs 7,000
(Till 30th June 2017)
Early Bird : Rs 8,000
(Till 31st July 2017)
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(Till 31st August 2017)


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