Fintech in India has entered a new era with the highest adoption rates globally. Home to more than 6,636 fintech companies and more than 25 unicorns, the sector is expected to reach a return of $1 trillion and $200 billion in revenue by 2030.
This growth is supported by a number of factors, including encouragement initiatives by government and interested regulators, a boosted funding environment, massive demographic opportunities, access to technology and talent for entrepreneurs building for the new India.
The narrative, however, also includes some concerns.
However, the Indian fintech ecosystem has become a formidable global force and continues to grow as one of the largest fintech markets in the world.
The latest edition of TechSparks, YourStory’s flagship startup technology event, scheduled between Nov 10, 2022 & Nov 12, 2022 at Taj, Yeshwantpur, Bangalorehas curated a special track dedicated to Indian Fintech.
In line with the overall theme of TechSparks 2022, ‘Building on India’s tech agenda’, the Indian fintech track will put the spotlight on some of the key trends and new-age fintech business models that will shape the future, new technologies on the table. , collaborations, global market opportunities and much more.
The track begins with a master class by Sanjeev Gopinath, Customer Engineering Lead, Google Cloud India, on “Supercharging Fintech Engineering Strategy”. The class is presented as a great opportunity for fintech engineers to learn about the modern skill sets they need to absorb, strategies around collaborations, knowledge sets, etc. to build products for their clients.
Next in line is a series of lengthy panel discussions beginning with ‘Simplifying Finance and Investing for Young India’, to be moderated by bhavik vasa, founder of Getvantage. How many times have we sat down and wondered what if schools taught us how to invest and do our taxes? Forward-thinking and ambitious millennials and GenZ have taken matters into their own hands and are building strong financial portfolios thanks to new-age personal finance apps. Sum ChandaFounder and CEO, Jarvis and Paddy Raghavanco-founder of Multipl, will delve into how the proposal is being developed and what these applications propose.
A fireside chat with the theme ‘Not the IPO Way: Growth Tricks’, would highlight how startups can reach the next level of growth without an IPO, which may not be the best proposition during these turbulent times. Why limit yourself to the public market? Ravi Ravulaparthi, founder of equity management firm Qapita, will expose this.
Three pioneers in the payment technology space:Karthik NarayananCo-founder of INAI; Rajat Khare, Director, Distinguished Engineer, Intuit; Y Ranjan Kant, The co-founder and CEO of Arthmate will discuss the future of one of the fastest growing technologies: Fintech-as-a-Service (FaaS), an industry that is making waves in the age of aggressive digitization.
The final panel discussion will feature Souparno Bagchi, COO at BalanceHero; bhagwan chowdhry, Professor of Finance and Head of Faculty, I-Venture at Indian School of Business; Y sanjay agarwal, President and CEO of Money View. Experts will deliberate on “what’s next on the Indian fintech agenda” as the up-and-coming market moves towards reaching $1 trillion in AUM and $200 billion in revenue by 2030. New segments, government initiatives, fintechs solving financial problems Country Specifics, Blockchain & Finance, The Next Big Break – The session will dive into all that is behind the winds of change in the Indian fintech sector.
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