Amazon And Flipkart: Kiss Indian E-Commerce Goodbye?

The offline world has rarely ushered in the online world with grace. In all fairness, few welcome change perceived to be an existential threat. And when that grass-root angst is backed by political will, digital
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Inclusive Fintech: Series A And Beyond

A new class of impact investment has now materialized that specifically focuses on fintech’s potential to widen financial inclusion. But, of the myriad companies that seek to become the next billion dollar unicorn -
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Digital Loans: A Wild Wild West?

When a disruptive new technology enters the market, it’s predictable what comes next: chaos. Without prior regulations or power players controlling the field, a free-for-all ensues in which advances are made and winners and
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Are Elections A Digital Litmus Test?

All governmental elections are a matrix: part theater, part palace intrigue, part instrument for change. Elections still serve much the same function that they have since democracy got its start in Classical Athens, but the
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Credit Bureaus: Resting On Their Laurels?

With the advent of alternative data, many lenders in emerging markets have side-stepped the barren vaults of Credit Bureaus and instead elected for third-party tech providers who have rigged up unorthodox data sources (utilities, telecom,
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Can Insurtech Learn Best Practices For Selling To The BOP?

One year ago, Mondato Insight examined the factors behind low-take up of insurance products for low income customers, and the challenge to the market to prove they can develop product offerings that customers truly value.
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Gamification: Jackpot Or Fool’s Gold?

Gamification is a trendy term in some circles, a magic wand of sorts that suddenly makes finance appealing to the average layman and does wonders to revenue and customer acquisition. A deeper look into the
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Argentina: The Worst Of Times

Anyone following the economic situation in Argentina is well-aware of its slow spiral. Since late 2015, the Argentine peso has lost 75 percent of its value compared to the US dollar (from about 10 pesos
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