Sneha Sampath

Assistant Manager

Sneha is an Assistant Manager in MSC’s Digital Financial Services-Government and Social Impact Domain. She is a financial services professional with experience in the impact investments space gained through working in venture capital funds and consultancy firms in India and Luxembourg.

Her areas of expertise include financial and business evaluations, financial modelling, risk analysis. Sneha holds a double degree—a Masters in Management and MSc in Corporate Finance.

Posts by Sneha Sampath

KYC practices in Indonesia and opportunity for implementing e-KYC for accelerating financial inclusion

The policy brief proposes recommendations to accelerate the implementation of e-KYC in Indonesia based on our previous report.

Existing KYC practices in Indonesia and opportunities for implementing e-KYC to accelerate financial inclusion

The study provides an analysis of the challenges in customer verification by banks and FinTechs. It also outlines policy recommendations to promote a public infrastructure for e-KYC.

MIMO – Bridging the digital gap for the rural workforce

Gig workers have been facing the brunt of the coronavirus outbreak. This blog highlights the story of a FinTech startup, MIMO, which uses technology to connect service providers to its end customers through gig workers. Learn how MIMO supports gig workers in these tough times.

Digital governance Ideas and lessons from India

As part of its program to facilitate exposure visits to India for governments across the globe, MSC has documented India’s journey towards financial inclusion and digital governance.

PDS portability: Reforms that empower the people

Based on findings from MSC’s diagnostic study on the IM-PDS program, this note examines portability in the public distribution system as a reform to strengthen government service delivery in India

What it takes to feed two-thirds of India’s population

This blog highlights the complexity of the public distribution system and discusses the major operational challenges faced with respect to the back end supply chain for in-kind benefits. It also highlights the digitization efforts so far, reasons for gaps in implementation and what the focus should be for a choice-based model, which we believe is the future of food subsidy delivery.

Experimenting with cash transfers in food subsidies – Lessons from the pilot in Nagri

This case study discusses a unique experiment of distributing food subsidy in the Nagri block of Ranchi district. The document discusses the learnings and insights from the pilot that governments can use to inform future experimentation in food subsidy delivery.