Anil Gupta

Partner

Anil Gupta is a Partner at MSC and heads the Digital Financial Services—Payments and Distribution domain.

Anil is a hands-on development banker and technology manager with over two decades of experience. He has worked on projects with development banks, commercial banks, international funding agencies, MFIs, community-based institutions, rural infrastructure projects, and major telecommunication players in India, China, and USA. His areas of expertise include management of large and complex projects, program design and evaluation, microfinance, agriculture, and non-farm sector finance, infrastructure finance, financial sector development, and payments systems—especially mobile wallets. Anil holds a Master’s degree in Management and Technology with a specialization in Strategy and Finance from various leading institutions like IIM-Bangalore and IIT- Kharagpur. He is fluent in English and Hindi.

Posts by Anil Gupta

Riskcovry: Insurance-in-a-box

This blog highlights the journey of Riskcovry, an InsurTech startup that provides customizable insurance through its online portal and benefits the low- and middle-income (LMI) segment. It also talks about how the COVID-19 crisis has opened new opportunities for the startup.

MIMO – Bridging the digital gap for the rural workforce

Gig workers have been facing the brunt of the coronavirus outbreak. This blog highlights the story of a FinTech startup, MIMO, which uses technology to connect service providers to its end customers through gig workers. Learn how MIMO supports gig workers in these tough times.

PayAgri: Transforming the lives of small and marginal farmers

This blog looks at an agtech that works toward finding lucrative markets for the most challenging sub-segment within the low- and moderate-income segments—small and marginal farmers (SMF). We look at the agtech’s journey and the impact of COVID-19 on its work.

ChitMonks: Simplifying chit funds

A story of four “monks” using private commissioned blockchain technology to improve accountability in a registered chit fund and how they are impacted by COVID-19

The role of tech-enabled formal financing in agriculture in India

India is home to 146 million farmers, 86% of which are small and marginal farmers. Although agriculture is a key economic activity in India and employs almost 55% of the population, access to finance remains a challenge for most farmers, especially the small and marginal ones.

Weathering a Perfect Storm – Part 2: Seven Ways Fintechs Can Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic

This blog covers the diverse strategies of FinTechs both big and small to adapt to the situation and overcome the challenges brought forth by the pandemic.

Weathering a Perfect Storm – Part 1: The Challenges Facing Fintechs in Emerging Markets During COVID-19

This blog covers the challenges and opportunities born from the COVID-19 pandemic, for both small and established FinTechs, particularly in the emerging markets. It sets the stage for part two, where we discuss how these FinTechs face these unprecedented challenges.

GUVI: Bridging the language divide in learning technical skills

This blog tells about an Edutech that is bridging the gap between skills and job readiness of India’s IT graduates from remote towns. The story also uncovers how GUVI has been navigating successfully through the COVID-19 crisis.