Rajnish Kumar

Senior Analyst

Rajnish Kumar is a Manager in MSC’s Digital Financial Services —Banks and Product Development domain. He has extensive experience in managing relationships with officials from state government departments and government owned insurance company.

Rajnish is a Manager in MSC’s Digital Financial Services - Banks and Product Development Domain. He is an insurance professional with over eight years of experience gained through projects with a general insurance company, a bilateral agency, and a financial inclusion company in India. His areas of expertise include insurance and risk management, product development & management, underwriting, digital financial services, project planning, implementation and monitoring, business consulting & client relationships and IT systems design. He specialises in agriculture insurance product design and implementation of digital financial services.

Posts by Rajnish Kumar

eNAM platform to digitize the marketing of agricultural produce in India

India’s eNAM platform enables trading of primary agricultural produce and connects markets through an online platform. MSC has been supporting the central and the provincial governments in the design, policy reforms, and implementation of the eNAM program. Many of the design improvements have been accepted and implemented. The cumulative volume of electronic trade on eNAM had crossed about INR 482 billion (USD 6.5 billion) by September, 2018.

Developing micro-insurance ecosystem in Mozambique

The insurance industry and the culture of insurance in Mozambique are in an evolving stage. Given the current state of micro-insurance in Mozambique, it is very essential to have a focused approach towards developing an enabling ecosystem in Mozambique.

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.

Demonetisation and digitisation – A diagnostic study

This demand-side diagnostic study aims to gauge the end-user experience in adopting cashless modes (including cheques) along with the barriers (behavioral and functional) they faced in uptake and usage of cashless solutions.