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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 24, 2018
The moment data leaves the country, it falls under various jurisdictions, which in many cases, are beyond our control. It is important to keep all the data here so that the laws of the land can be made applicable to them, says Paytm COO Kiran Vasireddy.


Deepika Asthana
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
Online aggregators are doing much more than connecting the customer with the service provider. Their future depends on ability to keep innovating.


B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
A new breed of fintech lenders is creating a niche segment.


BusinessToday.In
July 4, 2018
The buzz is that Flipkart is looking to enter the financial services space, and start offering its customers as well as sellers a plethora of credit and insurance products.


Kanishka Gupta
New Delhi, June 25, 2018
How financial technology companies are transforming the banking sector.


PTI
June 14, 2018



PTI
June 14, 2018



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 11, 2018
Last October, the Reserve Bank of India announced that it would allow interoperability among prepaid payment instruments (PPI) in phases, including e-wallets of private players. At the time, the expectation was that interoperability among KYC-compliant PPIs would be implemented by mid-April.


PTI
June 3, 2018
SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar said the bank will be modifying the rules in order to invest earmarked funds to the tune of Rs 50 crore in fintech start-ups. A collaborative innovation centre worth Rs 25 crore will also be set up, he added.


Deepika Asthana
New Delhi, May 28, 2018
As banks and financial institutions integrate fintech solutions with their core banking platform, it's a win for both.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 28, 2018
Banks are joining hands with fintech companies to provide new services to customers.


PTI
May 16, 2018



PTI
May 9, 2018



Renu Yadav
New Delhi, May 3, 2018
P2P lending promises high yields in a low-interest-rate environment. But credit risk is a problem.


Rajashree Rao
New Delhi, April 10, 2018
The blockchain is the invisible technology that is radically transforming the future of the world economy and gaining traction in the capital markets industries.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, April 6, 2018
Watch Goutam Das, Senior Editor, Business Today, shed light on the Reserve Bank of India's circular which called on the payment companies to store their data within the country. The central bank wants such companies to be compliant within six months. The reason: better supervision. The development would impact every company dealing in payments data - from fintech firms that offer peer-to-peer money transfers and international transactions to gateway operators.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 6, 2018
RBI cracks down on Bitcoin, bans banks from dealing with cryptocurrency tradersThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a statement directing all regulated entities, including banks, to stop dealing with individuals and businesses dabbling in virtual currencies. This amounts to a ban on banks in dealing with companies or individuals that trade in cryptocurrencies. The RBI also said that it will soon issue a separate circular on this matter. By its own admission, this move is an attempt to ring-fence regulated entities from the risks associated with cryptocurrencies.RBI circular on data storage to hit foreign payments firmsPayment companies of all types, operating in India, will now have to locate their servers within the country. The Reserve Bank of India, India's central bank, wants such companies to be compliant within six months. The reason: better supervision. The development would impact every company dealing in payments data - from fintech firms that offer peer-to-peer money transfers and international transactions to gateway operators.  WhatsApp, for instance,  or any global company that maintains its servers outside India. Relief for Reliance Communications: SC allows partial sale of RCom's assetsIn a huge relief for debt-ridden Reliance Communications and its lenders, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the Anil Ambani-led firm to sell assets such as spectrum, fibre, real estate to Reliance Jio. The Supreme Court was hearing a petition by State Bank of India (SBI)-led lenders and RCom. The apex court said that RCom's secured creditors can go ahead with asset sales.Bitcoin guru arrested for bitcoin-based ponzi schemesTouted as a cryptocurrency guru in India, businessman and bitcoin entrepreneur Amit Bhardwaj has been arrested for allegedly scamming investors out of Rs 2,000 crore in Maharashtra alone. One of the biggest Indian names in the digital-currency market, Bhardwaj, ran a slew of ventures, including GainBitcoin, GBMiners, MCAP and GB21.Salman Khan jailed: Fate of Rs 500 crore projects hangs in the balanceWhile Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was convicted in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case yesterday and has been sentenced to five years in jail, we cannot stop worrying about the fate of his forthcoming projects, some of which are already on the floors. Salman delivered a flop and a superhit last year and his fans worldwide are looking forward to his upcoming releases. But now we wonder what the fate of the movies will be starring the convicted actor! Salman's upcoming movies and TV shows include Race 3, Bharat, Dabangg 3, and Kick 2. Salman was supposed to mark his return as the star anchor with the third season of Dus Ka Dum, the TV show on Sony.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, April 5, 2018
The development would impact every company dealing in payments data - from fintech firms that offer peer-to-peer money transfers and international transactions to gateway operators.  WhatsApp, for instance. Or any global company that maintains its servers outside India. 


Team BT
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
As new technologies are adopted, the banking sector is on the cusp of disruption.


TEAM BT
NA, March 19, 2018
Despite troubles, the private sector and foreign banks stole the show.


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