Shivansh Gupta


Shivansh Gupta is an Associate in MSC’s Digital Financial Services- Payments and Distribution domain in India. His areas of expertise include- conducting primary and secondary research, project design and evaluation, formulating business plans and pitch decks for early-stage start-ups, and preparing research proposals and concept notes for various think tanks and public policy institutes

A few examples of his recent work are as follows:
  • Represented MSC at the United Nations Sustainable Development Conference in January 2023, New Delhi
  • Supported a Fintech start-up in India on product development and marketing under the Financial Inclusion Lab, supported by JP Morgan (2022-2023)
  • Supported a Healthtech start-up in the area of business development under the i3 program, in Vietnam.
  • Supported in drafting the diagnostic report for the Micro Finance Institution Network to enhance the digital collection of loan repayments.
  • Formulated a Research proposal that was submitted to ERIA (Economic Research Institute for ASEAN in Jakarta) on the topic “COVID-19 and Regional Economic Integration” during his Summer Internship with United Nations Global Compact in the year. (2020).
  • Carried out in-depth research and prepared extensive reports on the Toy Manufacturing and Gems and Jewellery segment during his Summer Internship with KPMG in the year. (2021)
Before joining MSC, Shivansh worked as an Intern in various organizations like KPMG India, United Nations Global Compact, An agro-based start-up in Gurgaon, a Pro-Bono consulting firm in London, he has closely worked with an IAS officer (U.P cadre) on the Rural transformation mission. He completed his graduation in Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Economics from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University, India in the year 2022. He is fluent in English and Hindi.

Posts by Shivansh Gupta

Atmanirbhar “Naari” for an Atmanirbhar India

In this article, we aim to highlight how digital and financial inclusion among women has an imperative role to play in the economy, the impediments faced by women in India to access digital financial services that hamper the overall economic growth of India, and plausible solutions to address the challenges faced by women in India.

Chhotastock: Democratizing investments for all

Chhotastock is an investment app. It enables young Gen G/Z to explore alternative investment opportunities like stock and P2P investment in a safe and secure manner with a minimal amount of INR 100 (USD 1.25). Chhotastock is also a registered investment advisor that allows its users to create baskets of investment depending on their risk profiles. It combines games and investment to create an appeal for better financial management among the youth of India. Read more of its plans to increase the ease and options of investment for its user while keeping it safe, secure, and engaging.