Banking Consultant at IFC - International Finance Corporation, at New Delhi, India.
He is presently working as Banking Consultant for IFC's FIG-Advisory. Previously, Anant was leading Central Operations at Arohan and as its head built and led a team of 60+ staff across 4 work-streams. Anant started to work as an analyst in the Private Sector Development at MSC at Feb 2008 and then as the Domain leader and specialist till October 2014.
Posts by Anant Jayant Natu
Financing WASH: Key Considerations for MFIs
This Note explores some key strategic issues that determine the potential for a WASH finance portfolio including ecological factors, public good nature, infrastructure, capital and collaborations with WASH product/service.
Product Development: Reasons why MFIs Fail to Focus on It
In this video MSC expert Anant Jayant Natu talks about the inherent constraints in the operational context of microfinance institutions (MFI) that limit the possibility of a rigorous focus on product development. He also touches upon some factors that can drive the product development process in spite of these constraints. The intangible nature of financial […]
This Note compares the three most commonly practiced instalment collection methods in group lending and concludes that MFIs will have to devise ways to ensure continuity in their interface with clients.