Two Virtual Conferences on Digital Lending In Indian Banking and Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology For the Indian Banking Industry

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Email: priyanka.rawat@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-6366804343 , +91-8587065590

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Digital Lending in Indian Banking

  • Financial inclusion has always been a priority area for the government. Digital lending has provided a strong impetus to this objective, helping borrowers thatfind it difficult to tap the traditional sources of finance. As per the Digital Lending Authority of India’s estimates, the digital lending market in India is expected to growat a CAGR of over 30 per centfrom approximately USD 110 billion in 2019 to USD 350 billion in 2023.
  • In recent times, banks, NBFCs and fintech companies have adopted new business models in line with the evolving credit ecosystem in the country. Besides, innovative partnership models, such as peer-to-peer lending, pay later loans, invoice financing, point of sale transaction-based lending, marketplace lending, bank-led digital lending, and captive models, have emerged.
  • With the introduction of initiatives like video KYC, Aadhar-based KYC andaccount aggregators, lenders can easily access customer data with consent and ensure better due diligence.
  • There have been a number of instances of such partnership models in the country. Some of the key initiatives are Indifi partnering with various banks and NBFCs to provide unsecured loans to SMEs; Bank of Baroda tying up with SwitchMe for housing loans;YES Bank launching its digital “Loan against Securities”solution;Xiaomi unveiling its lending platform Mi Credit in India; andHDFC Bank’s plan to launch a dedicated digital platform for vehicle loans. Meanwhile, the segment has seen the emergence of several fintech startups such as Lendingkart, MobiKwik, Capital Float andZest Money.
  • The past few years have also seen the creation of an enabling regulatory environment to encourage the offtake of digital lending. In response to several complaints against digital lending platforms pertaining to exorbitant interest rates, aggressive recovery strategies, inadequate disclosure of loan terms, etc., the RBI, on June 24, 2020, released a Fair Practices Code requiring all digital lenders to comply with certain standards onloan disbursement and recovery procedures.
  • Technology too has been a game changer for digital lending services, giving rise to fintech companies and digital lending platforms. Technological advancements and therapid adoption of technology by lending companies have reaped tangible benefitssuch as reduction in customer acquisition costs, expanding financial reach to unbanked areas, and lower operational costs.
  • More recently, the Covid-19 pandemic has unleashed a host of opportunities for players in the digital lending market. Digital lenders will leverage the need for contactless transactions, the demand for small-ticket loans by a credit-starved population, and high smartphone and internet penetration. Retail and MSME lending make a strong potential business case for digital lenders.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the recent trends and developments in the digital lending space, analyse the new and emerging business models, highlight the issues and concerns, and identify the future strategies to further develop the digital lending ecosystem. The conference will also showcase some of the noteworthy technology solutions in this area.

BLOCKCHAIN AND DISTRIBUTED LEDGER TECHNOLOGY FOR INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

  • In recent years, banks have increasingly adopted blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) as part of their digital transformation initiatives. The use of DLT has provided banks with increased transparency, improved processing speed, better security, and tamper-proof transactions.
  • Blockchainhas emerged as one of the key technology themes for both the private and public sector banks. ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Yes Bank and the State Bank of India are some of the banks leading the deployment of the blockchain technology with cross-border remittances and trade finance as the key areas where the technology is being used.
  • Leveraging DLT, a consortium of India’s 11 largest banks including ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC Bank, Yes Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, RBL Bank, South Indian Bank, and Axis Bank launched the first ever blockchain-linked loan system for SMEs in 2019.
  • The government too is working on developing a national-level blockchain framework. To firm up guidelines, in August 2019, RBI released an enabling framework for regulatory sandbox for financial service providers, including blockchain applications. In January 2020, NITI Aayog has also released a framework for the strategies to be adopted for the deployment of blockchain and DLT.
  • Currently, interoperability between different blockchain platforms is not well established. Some of the key issues faced by businesses in blockchain implementation include integration and data security challenges, lack of internal awareness, and the selection of a platform.
  • In the years ahead, blockchain-based e-KYC, supply chain finance, working capital finance for SMEs, and payments solutions will open up new sources of revenue and opportunities for banks. Going forward, as the regulatory environment around DLT and blockchain technology matures with the implementation of regulatory sandbox, penetration of more start-ups and an increase in investments is expected.
  • The mission of this conference is to highlight the experience so far, assess the potential of blockchain and DLT in banking, understand the key challenges, and discuss the roadmap to expand the deployment of these technologies.

Digital Lending in Indian Banking

TRENDS, POTENTIAL AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the recent trends in the digital lending segment? What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the market prospects?
  • What are the key regulatory challenges?
  • What is the overall outlook for the segment?

REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE

  • How has the regulatory framework for the digital lending market evolved in recent times?
  • What are the emerging focus areas?
  • What are the key challenges?

GOVERNMENT’S VIEWPOINT

  • What has been the government’s role in promoting digital transactions?
  • What are the key impediments totapping the digital opportunity?
  • What is the future roadmap for greater financial inclusion?

BANKS’ PERSPECTIVE: EVOLVING ARCHITECTURE, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE POTENTIAL

  • What are the drivers of the transition to digital lending? What are the key concerns?
  • What has been the impact of recent regulatory measures on digital transactions? What further regulatory action is required?
  • What are the future plans to increase the digital presence? What could be some of the relevant steps to improve digital on-boarding?

FOCUS ON ACCOUNT AGGREGATORS

  • What has been the growth of account aggregators in India?
  • What are the opportunity areas?
  • What are the growth drivers?

ROLE OF NEW-AGE FINTECH LENDERS

  • What has been the experience of fintech companies in the Indian market?
  • What are the risks and challenges? What are the key learnings from global markets?
  • What have been some of the positive outcomes of fintech-bank partnerships?
  • What are the expectations from the regulator and the government? What is the future outlook?

NBFCs’ PERSPECTIVE: ROLE, POTENTIAL AND CHALLENGES

  • What has been the role of NBFCs in the digital lending segment?
  • What are the key issues being faced?
  • What are the potential strategies for improving financial inclusion?

ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY: BIG DATA, CLOUD COMPUTING, OPEN APPLICATION PROGRAMMING INTERFACE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MACHINE LEARNING

  • What is the role of technology and data analytics in digital lending?
  • What steps must be taken to increase the level of AI andML penetration?
  • What are the potential use cases of big data and AI in the banking sector?

P2P LENDING PLATFORMS: START-UP SHOWCASE

  • What are the benefits of P2P lending vis-à-vis traditional lending?
  • What are the guidelines regulating such platforms?
  • What are the target customers? What are the future opportunities for P2P lending?

DATA SECURITY, PRIVACY AND FRAUD PREVENTION

  • What are the data security practices being adopted by companies?
  • What will be the impact of Personal Data Protection Bill on digital lending activities?
  • What are the technologies being used for privacy and fraud prevention in India?

SPOTLIGHT ON DIGITAL PAYMENTS

  • What are the key trends in the digital payment segment?
  • What will be the likely impact of the recentNew Umbrella Entity guidelines?
  • Howhas been the growth of the digital wallets ecosystem in India?
  • What is the future outlook?

LOAN RECOVERY PRACTICES

  • What are the various loan recovery strategies in digital transactions?
  • What is the role of technology in loan recovery?
  • What will be the impact of the Fair Practices Code on digital lending platforms?

BLOCKCHAIN AND DISTRIBUTED LEDGER TECHNOLOGY FOR INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

TRENDS, DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the recent trends anddevelopments with regard to the deployment of blockchain and DLT in the banking sector?
  • What are the key challenges related to adoption and inter-operability?
  • What is the overall outlook for the deployment of these solutions?

REGULATORS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What are the regulatory measures being taken to ensure ease of adoption for blockchain and DLT?
  • What has been the impact of the introduction of regulatory sandbox?
  • What are the key challenges?

GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE

  • What are the key initiatives being taken by the government to ensure faster adoption of blockchain and DLT
  • What are the key issues and challenges?
  • What is the future outlook for the deployment of these technologies?

BANKS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What is the potential of blockchain and DLT in the banking sector? What are the key concerns?
  • What regulatory support is required to promote these technologies?
  • What are the future plans in this area?

PERSPECTIVE OF FINTECH COMPANIES

  • What has been the experience of fintech companies in the Indian market?
  • What are the key determinants and barriers for adoption?
  • What is the future outlook of the blockchain and DLT?

BLOCKCHAIN AND SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCING

  • What is the functionality of smart contracts in trade finance?
  • What are the key hurdles being faced?
  • What is the potential and scope of DLT in supply chain financing in India?

BLOCKCHAIN AND CROSS BORDER PAYMENTS AND SETTLEMENTS

  • What has been the experience with blockchain deployment in cross border transactions?
  • What are the key challenges? What steps are required to mitigate these challenges?
  • What is the future potential of blockchain technology in cross border payments?

SPOTLIGHT ON PRIVATE BLOCKCHAIN

  • What have been the deployment trends in the private blockchain segment?
  • What are the key areas for its application? What are the challenges and gaps?
  • What is the future outlook?

TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE: INDIAN AND GLOBAL CASE STUDIES

  • What is the demand for blockchain and DLT in the banking sector? Which are the key application areas?
  • What are the recent advancements in this area? What are the key hurdles in technology adoption?
  • What are the future plans and strategies?

 

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur
Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

Target Audience
  • Banks( Public, Private Foreign)
  • Policymakers and  Government Agencies
  • Regulatory Authorities
  • Venture Capital Firm
  • NBFCs
  • FinTech Companies
  • Insurance Companies
  • P2P Lending Agencies
  • Collection and Recovery Agencies
  • Technology Providers
  • Consultants
  • Etc.

By :  Indian Infrastructure

Event Schedule Details

  • January 12, 2021 (Tuesday) - January 13, 2021 (Wednesday)
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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