Thursday, 19 October 2017

Innovation in Fintech

PremFina CEO, Bundeep Singh Rangar, had the opportunity to speak at the "Innovation in Fintech" panel at the 2017 Rakuten Fintech Conference in Tokyo. Each year, Rakuten invites leaders in the fintech sector from Japan and overseas to share the latest trends and explore the future directions for fintech.

"Innovation in Fintech" Q&A Highlights

"Innovation can supersede innovation" - Bundeep Singh Rangar

"You have political consequences due to AI" - Bundeep Singh Rangar

"When you see new technologies you don't fully understand, it's easy to dismiss them" - Bundeep Singh Rangar on Blockchain

"The universe rewards risk" - Bundeep Singh Rangar's closing remarks at the conference

Bundeep Singh Rangar on how to stay ahead of your competitors.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Bundeep Singh Rangar talks to the BBC about the UK Trade Visit to India

At present, the UK is the largest exporter of financial services and the leading centre of FinTech. The FinTech sector is estimated to be valued at £6.6 billion in revenue annually - based on market size, investment and workforce. 

Watch Bundeep Singh Rangar, CEO of IndusView, talk to the BBC about:

-The reason for the UK focus on financial services in India
-Why is India an opportunity in this arena
-Other potential targets for the UK in the financial services space
-What other opportunities are available in the post-Brexit world 
-What other industires and areas could the UK target in India

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

BBC Radio Wake Up to Money

In his radio interview with BBC Radio 5, Indusview Chairman Bundeep Singh Rangar talks about UK and India bilateral relations, strengthening fintech ties and the relationship between the countries in a post-brexit world. 

Monday, 20 February 2017

BBC World News: Bundeep Singh Rangar on India Budget

Bundeep Singh Rangar, CEO of IndusView and Fineqia, commenting on India Budget 2017:
-Modi to focus on redeeming the damage caused by demonetisation
-Spending boost promised for rural areas &infrastructure
-Finance Minister to focus on increasing spending and easing back on cutting deficit

Monday, 6 February 2017

BBC World News: Bundeep Singh Rangar on India Demonetisation


Bundeep Singh Rangar commenting on the government ban of 500 and 1,000 rupee bank notes.