Aneesh Gulati is a manager in MSC’s Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Practice Group in Asia. He has domain expertise in the general insurance sector with in-depth knowledge of end-to-end execution, underwriting and claims, product development and capacity building of rural and micro insurance products. He also has experience in implementation of digital financial services
The journey of mobile financial services at BURO Bangladesh: A lesson for the microfinance sector in Bangladesh
The case study encapsulates the digital transformation journey of BURO Bangladesh as it tried to offer mobile financial services to its clients. The road was not easy, but the efforts have finally started to yield results to both the MFI and its customers.
SureClaim: Improving the healthcare and health insurance experience for LMI users
The InsurTech startup SureClaim works with individuals and organizations to simplify the experience of dealing with hospitalization expenses when needed, assist them with timely processing of insurance claims, and minimize their out-of-pocket spending. SureClaim’s objective is to extend its offerings to low- and moderate-income (LMI) customers in India and improve their experience around accessing suitable healthcare services and claiming health insurance. This blog explores the journey of this startup and the positive impact it hopes to create for this segment in India.
An introduction to disaster risk financing Part II – Building resilience of LMI segments through disaster risk microinsurance
This blog looks at success stories of how microinsurance has addressed climate and disaster risks. It also highlights how bundling helps microinsurance utilize technology and develop the technical capacity to deliver better products
An introduction to disaster risk financing – Part I – Understanding disaster risk financing at the macro level
This blog explores existing disaster risk insurance and the financing of climate disaster risk frameworks in place for low and medium-income segments. It highlights the need for such insurance and is targeted at practitioners, non-specialists like teachers and students, and the interested audience.