This post provides an overview of the financial consumer grievance redress system in India and highlights the issues that make it less effective and less consumer-friendly
Our Response to the Report by the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance Framework, December 2020
In this blog post, we present our comments to the Report by the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance Framework, December 2020
In this report we propose Monitoring and Detection Framework for OID with twin outcomes in mind, that of financial stability and financial consumer protection
In this post, we look at whether the grievances of the MSME sector in relation to their use of financial services are adequately.
This blog post examines the merit of NPCI issued Guidelines that disallow TPAPs from serving more than 30% volume of all UPI transactions
Regulating Data-driven Finance: Conference Proceedings from the Fourth Dvara Research Conference, 2019
Through this blogpost, we release the Conference Proceedings for the Fourth Dvara Research Conference, 2019 on the theme of “Regulating Data-driven Finance”
In this paper the author examines the role of MBFS as channels of remittances; and as platforms for managing savings for migrant households.
We are launching an interactive website which presents our “mark – up” of India’s Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019.
Transaction failure rates in the Aadhaar enabled Payment System: Urgent issues for consideration and proposed solutions
This policy brief identifies serious categories of transaction failures in the Aadhaar enabled Payment System or AePS in India together with solutions for urgent discussion
Study on Artificial Intelligence in finance in India