India’s ﬁnancial-tech services sector is witnessing a great transformation era with the emergence of several start-ups which are changing the traditional ways of doing investments, lending money, payment processes and banking structure. The year 2016 was a phenomenal year for ﬁnancial services sector of start-ups. Various factors are promoting these start-ups such as increased use of smart-phones, increased expectations from customers, great innovations in technology and increasing competition in the industry. If considered the current market turn-out, ﬁnancial services sector appears to be setting up great opportunities for the entrepreneurs in the country. Some of the most popular sub-sectors in this industry are prepaid credit cards, mobile wallets, insurance platforms, investment and lending platforms etc. With advancements in technology, a lot of activities are registered with the use of security and risk measures. The industry has seen a great rise due to massive growth in industries such as e-commerce and retail.
This report focusses on diﬀerent segments in the ﬁnancial services industry and is aimed at start-ups only. Further, there is analysis based on data collected from start-ups, recommendations, future projections and potential challenges this industry is going to face. This report is an exciting opportunity for start-up founders to understand the industry in-depth and make aware decisions while handling potential future changes that are going to happen. This report speciﬁcally serves Indian start-ups industry and will serve as a guide to those working or thinking of starting to work in this industry.
- Financial Services- What it is?
- Entities involved in financial services
- Sector Overview
- Different Business Models
- Challenges for start-ups
- Number of companies founded year-wise
- Presence of fin-tech start-ups across India
- Segments of industry
- Explanation of segments
- Upcoming sectors
- Funding of industry- amount and number
- Segment wise funding
- City wise funding
- Funding type- seed, early, late, number and amount
- SWOT analysis
- PESTLE Analysis
- Top investors and investments
- Growth outlook of top companies