Assistant Manager

Mitali is an Assistant Manager in MSC’s Digital Financial Services domain, focused in Payments & Distribution.

Her experience lies in financial inclusion and AgriTech space. She has worked on projects commissioned by the India Post Payments Bank (IPPB), MetLife Foundation, JP Morgan and Chase (JPMC) Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). All her experience is in India.

Posts by Mitali

Yes!poho: Weaving a growth story for the handloom industry

Yes!poho is an experience-based social platform that connects handloom artisans and customers directly using technology. Its technology layer helps cut down the intermediaries involved in the supply chain, improving the artisan incomes. Read its success story to know how it has impacted the weaving community positively.

Jumpstarting the savings journey for low- and moderate-income people in Vietnam

Saving after managing expenses remains a priority for low- and moderate-income (LMI) people in Vietnam who aspire to lead a better life, absorb income shocks, and strengthen financial resilience. However, formal savings remain a challenge, particularly in rural areas. MSC proposes a three-pronged approach to foster small savings for LMI people in Vietnam using technology, smart product design, and innovative distribution platforms. Read our blog to find out more.

Fundfina: A journey to tap a hidden multi-million MSME market in India

Fundfina is a digital lending platform providing access to formal credit to micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in India. This blog explores Fundfina’s journey and the positive impact it hopes to create on the MSE sector of the country.

NXTFIN-XaasTag: Technology-enabled mainstreaming of farmers’ collectives

XaasTag is an AgTech start-up that provides a digital, collaborative online marketplace. The platform connects agricultural commodity producers, such as farmer producer organizations (FPOs) at one end and institutional buyers at the other, and enables them to directly sell and buy from each other.

Aggois: Creating robust liquidity for farmers

Aggois is an AgTech startup that provides short-term credit solutions to farmers in India against the sale of their produce. It has identified a critical financing gap that farmers face between the time they harvest one crop and sow the next. This blog explains how the startup has worked to mitigate this gap and uncover opportunities and challenges.

Whrrl: A blockchain based disruptive financing model for agricultural practices

Whrrl is a start-up that helps small and marginal farmers, traders, and producer companies raise working capital through warehouse receipt financing. It uses blockchain technology to create an immutable record of the collateral, which reduces the risk of fraud in the lending process and helps farmers secure loans at lower interest rates.