Building a Sustainable Fintech Portfolio

Experiences and Lessons for Future.

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FinTech Pioneers Small-Ticket Unsecured Lending, Ushers in New Era of Digital Finance

The world of finance is rapidly evolving, driven by the unstoppable rise of the fintech industry. At Experian, we understand the significance of this transformation and are committed to providing valuable insights to navigate the dynamic landscape of financial technology.

In our latest white paper, “Building a Sustainable Fintech Portfolio: Experiences and Lessons for Future,” we delve deep into the fintech revolution that’s reshaping lending in India and beyond. Powered by cutting-edge digital infrastructure, fintech has ushered in an era of unsecured lending and redefined how financial services are delivered. These technological advancements, along with the use of alternate data, digital marketplaces, and embedded finance, have enabled fintechs to create a seamless lending experience.

Our study takes a look at the portfolios built by fintech companies, evaluating their sustainability and scalability. By examining the experiences of fintech pioneers, we lay the groundwork for establishing the optimal pathway for future fintech success.

Download this whitepaper to explore key drivers and trends that will shape India’s fintech-led digital lending landscape:

Digital lending at inflection point

Discover how digital lending is poised for exponential growth and transformation.

Synergy of technology and analytics

Streamlining customer journeys with reduced friction, and upholding underwriting due diligence and standards.

Catalysing access to credit

Explore how fintech companies are pioneering financial inclusion through innovative credit solutions.

Lending outlook 2030

Gain insights into the future of fintech-led lending and its impact on the financial ecosystem.


Experian whitepaper #2 – Building a Sustainable FinTech Portfolio

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