Adding to an already impressive track record, BankBazaar was recently featured among the top 100 leading global Fintech companies promoting financial inclusion in the digital age.
In what can only be regarded as another in a long list of impressive milestones, BankBazaar was recently included in a report on financial inclusion that listed the top 100 leading Fintech companies that promote financial inclusion in the digital age.
This list features privately-held, for-profit organisations that have an established track record when it comes to using their products and services to promote financial inclusion across four primary spheres of influence, namely insurance, lending and related ecosystem, payments, and savings and financial planning.
The report was compiled by Anju Patwardhan (Managing Director, Credit Ease), Ken Singleton (Professor, Stanford Business Graduate School) and Kai Schmitz (Fintech Investment Lead IFC), and highlighted how companies like BankBazaar are ushering in a new age of financial inclusion and well-being through the use of innovative business strategies and products, ultimately enhancing the financial capacities of households and organisations all over the world.
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This further enhances BankBazaar’s already sterling reputation as the ‘go-to’ portal for the best financial products in the market.