DLAI Fintech Conference 2017 to be held in Mumbai
Mumbai, April,21, 2017: Digital Lenders Association of India (DLAI) will hold DLAI Fintech Conference 2017 – Financial Inclusion 2.0 (The Tipping Point) – at Taj Lands End, Mumbai on 26th April, 2017. The conference will offer a forum for financial and professional exchange of knowledge related to the field of fintech.
The conference will bring together think tanks, bankers, fin-tech companies, venture capitalists, government representatives, media professionals and start-up enthusiasts to discuss and share their learning about the fin-tech industry.
The event will have over 200 attendees and dignitaries from across the country. There will be panel discussion and presentations on: start-up models and venture capital in digital lending; public policy & ecosystem development in fintech; fin-tech startup success stories, etc.
Anurag Jain, Co-Founder & Executive Director, KredX, said: “We are excited to announce our first flagship fin-tech conference – Financial Inclusion 2.0 – The Tipping Point – which will bring together government dignitaries, banks, VCs, fin-tech companies and other ecosystem players to discuss the role of digital lending companies and platforms in spearheading the next wave of financial inclusion in India.”
DLAI, which was formed as a common meeting ground for all stakeholders from the fintech industry, seeks to support the development of digital lending industry and markets in India. As of now, DLAI has 10 founding members. The membership is open to stakeholders from core lending business or facilitators in digital lending space, connected businesses like analytics firms, consultancy firms, law firms, policy makers, knowledge partners, etc.
He said that with the government’s push towards a more financial inclusive society, greater measures are being put in place. The financial services industry as a whole – be it banks, NBFCs or even new-age startups – have geared up to compliment this initiative. Though Financial Inclusion 1.0 was an effort from the banks primarily, Financial Inclusion 2.0 is the push by the new age fintech firms, serving the underserved, he further added.
Digital Lenders Association of India (DLAI) was formed as a common meeting ground for all industry stakeholders. As of now, DLAI has 10 founding members. DLAI is open to members who would be people in core lending business or facilitators in digital lending, connected businesses like Analytics firms, Consultancy firms, Law firms, Policy makers, Knowledge Partners etc.
DLAI has a focused view on conducting research and collecting information on identified issues, developing the industry through research, focus on adopting best global practices, and educating masses about the Digital lending industry through open house events, seminars, conferences and inviting dignitaries
The organization aims to support the development of Digital Lending industry and markets in India through independent objective analysis, research and development based on global principles and standards of appropriate policies covering all kinds of Digital Lending. It also seeks to represent, advise and consolidate the efforts of the Digital Lending Industry by working closely with the government, regulators, policymakers and other appropriate forums, thereby adopting global best practices and code of conduct.
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