Puneet Chopra

Partner

Puneet Chopra heads the Banking and Product Development, Agriculture and Allied Services, and Private Sector Development Domain at MSC.

He is an expert in business planning, strategy and operations, consumer research, product development, and innovation. Puneet specializes in distribution channels, marketing, process re-engineering, and project and program management. With a career spanning over two decades, he has diverse experience in various roles and capacities across banking, financial services, insurance, telecommunications, information technology, media, entertainment, and transportation industries.

Posts by Puneet Chopra

A Qualitative Study of Producer Organisations in Select Geographies in India

The report brings out insights on PO forms, organisations, structures, management, governance, operations, business performance, earnings, needs, expectations, maturity levels and several other important aspects regarding farmer collectives.

Catalysing Digital Financial Services Through School Fees Payments

The blog states digital solution to address the many challenges related to school fees payments in Solomon Islands.

Smart Electronic Ticketing for Public Transport

The blog discusses the smart eticketing for public transport in Fiji.

KYC harmonisation study

KYC harmonization study was undertaken to analyze the existing Know Your Customer (KYC) practices of first-time customer on-boarding by service providers (Banks, Mobile Network Operators, Mobile Money Operators, and Pre-paid Payment Instrument issuers) with respect to the prevailing regulatory landscape.

Democratising Financial Services

In addition to Aadhaar, the India Stack is likely to transform payments, financial services and consumer protection in India.

e-KYC and the India Stack – A Transformative Blueprint for Emerging Markets

The authors discuss how Aadhaar-enabled e-KYC could be beneficial in accelerating uptake and the usage of digital financial services in India.

Can Self-Service Channels Be The Next Frontier Of Financial Inclusion?

As the Indian rural populace becomes technology savvy and with improving rural connectivity, the authors explain how self-service digital channels will become increasingly important.

Impact of policies and regulations on the microfinance sector

The report is based on a study conducted under the guidance and support from College of Agricultural Banking (CAB), Reserve Bank of India, Pune. The report brings forth perspectives on the impact of regulatory and policy regime on microfinance institutions and its customers.