Anshul Saxena

Anshul is a Senior Manager in MSC’s Digital Financial Services—Payments and Distribution domain.

Anshul leads the start-up accelerator initiative in MSC and brings a wealth of start-up, telecom, and product and project management experience along with technology and FinTech experience through working across different domains. He is also actively involved in mentoring start-ups in the areas of artificial intelligence, blockchain, data science and analytics, and machine learning. Anshul holds an MBA in General Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad.

Posts by Anshul Saxena

Kaarva: A micro salary advance for a micro expense

This blog highlights the journey of Kaarva, a fintech start-up that provides salaried people from the low-and middle-income segments with early access to a portion of their earned salaries for the month without charging any fees.

munshiG: Digital assistant for grocery stores

How do technologies such as machine learning and natural language processing transform our shopping experiences at the local grocery store? Read this fascinating blog about munshiG, a fintech start-up, to know more.

SureClaim: Assurance of insurance claims

Sureclaim came into being to bridge the persistent gaps between the insurance premiums that insurance firms collect and the claims they reimburse. The company works to ensure that customers from the low- and middle-income segments are able to get the maximum out of their insurance policies.

EasyPlan: Simple and digital savings for LMIs

This blog examines EasyPlan, a new-age digital savings app that allows low- and middle-income segments to overcome their chronic state of under-saving. Read on to see how EasyPlan makes use of various behavioral nudges (including gamification) to make customers save more and better.

Finlok: Save together digitally

Finlok is a financial platform that helps people save money and avail hassle-free credit through a group savings-based financial model. This blog explores how the platform will help the low- and middle-income segments gain greater control over their finances.