Anurag Sinha

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IT IS a quiet morning on the outskirts of Mumbai, the air still mild. Dusty streets are dappled with sunlight, a stray dog rummages through some …

Customers use physical, Internet and mobile to pay

Parag Rao, country head—card payment products, merchant acquiring services and marketing, HDFC Bank Ltd, is looking to aggressively ramp up card …

FinTech

OCBC opens new fintech and innovation unit

OCBC Bank is staking its claim on financial technology (fintech) territory with its new fintech and innovation unit called The Open Vault at …

Singapore

BBVA.com

Start-Ups That Last

Why do so many start-ups that seem to have it all—customers, cash, a promising outlook—run off the rails? Ask a venture capitalist, and you’ll probably hear that they have trouble “scaling.”<p>What does that mean, though? VCs typically describe it as a need to “professionalize the organization” and …

Banking vs. Fintech: A Business Case for 'Coopetition'

In an increasingly digital banking environment, there is increasing validation for 'coopetition', with fintech firms partnering with legacy banking …

Banking

HDFC Bank grabs 52% share in credit card book size

HDFC Bank, the largest issuer of credit cards in the country, has grabbed more than 50 per cent market share in terms of book size - total net …

HDFC Bank

Digital lenders have a $1 trillion opportunity ― this slidedeck has everything you need to know about them

It is already one of Wall Street's buzzwords, and there are some who think it could have game-changing ramifications for the banking industry.<p>Antony Jenkins, the former CEO of Barclays, in November laid out the potential for an Uber-style disruption, which could shrink industry headcount at …

Wall Street