Part 2 of a two-part series on the learnings and takeaways from a Household Finance course.
Part 1 of a two-part series on the learnings and takeaways from a Household Finance course.
A few insights from the field on possible reasons for low account usage.
Initially, Kanhaiya was wary of speaking to us. He was clutching his wallet tightly and declared upfront that he would not be showing us his ATM card.
I was at an excellent behavioural finance conference organised by the Michigan University’s Centre on Finance, Law & Policy last week.
The past year has seen many commentaries on the rapid expansion of microfinance in India warning of the imminent consequences of unbalanced growth.
In December 2014, the Reserve Bank of India published the Charter of Customer Rights as a commitment to protecting the interests of consumers of financial services.
Why is malnutrition in India’s central belt, which includes the state of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, so high and so persistent despite relatively high rates of income growth?
For an institution focussed on delivering high-quality and customised financial services to low-income households, the Wealth Management approach has been the one of the key underlying layers that is…
Insurance contracts to lower income households (micro-insurance) are typically for one year.