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Tweets by “Blockchain Lawyer” Indicate Reserve Bank of India Decided to Restrict Banking Services to Blockchain Companies with Little Research

In April of this year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) commented on the status of cryptocurrencies. The RBI stated “we have decided to ring fence the RBI regulated entities from the risk of dealing with entities associated with virtual currencies. They are required to… Read More

Peer to Peer Lending Rules Revealed in India

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is out with “Master Directions” regarding non-banking financial companies or peer to peer lenders. RBI indicated last month P2P lenders would not be considered banks. The governmental directive is officially known as the “Non-Banking Financial Company – Peer to… Read More

Reserve Bank of India Set to Classify Peer-to-Peer Lending Platforms As Non-Banking Financial Institutions

Reserve Bank of India recently announced it will be classifying peer-to-peer lending platforms as non-banking financial institutions. According to Economic Times, Sudarshan Sen, executive director of RBI, announced that the regulator is currently waiting for the gazette notifications from the central government for the final… Read More

Fintech Startup InstaReM Receives RBI Approval to Offer Outbound Remittance Services From India

InstaReM (IE instant remittance), a Singapore-headquartered fintech start-up that convenient, fast and cost-effective cross-border money transfers to individuals and businesses, announced on Monday it has received regulatory approval from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for facilitating overseas remittances from India. InstaReM stated its plans to… Read More

India Official: Banking is Necessary. Banks are Not

In Mumbai this week there was an annual banking conference where Indian government officials presented or participated. The Hindu interviewed Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor R Gandhi and he made several interesting statements. According to Gandhi; “Banking is necessary, but banks are not adding…… Read More

Vaibhav Pandey, CEO of P2P Lender i2iFunding Shares Insight into Nascent India Market

The peer to peer lending industry in India has been slow to evolve in contrast to many other nations. Yet India is the second most populous country with more than 1.2 billion people and is the most populous democracy in the world. The opportunity for… Read More

Reserve Bank of India Consultation Paper on Peer to Peer Lending (Document)

Embedded below is the consultation paper crafted by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in anticipation of creating a regulatory regime for peer to peer lending.  The document sets out to review the various legal frameworks in place around the world for peer to peer… Read More

Reserve Bank of India Expected to Post P2P Lending Regulatory Concept Paper End of this Month

In the first bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2016-17 Dr. Raghuram G. Rajan,  Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, stated that a conceptual document will be posted on their website by the end of the month.  According to the statement from last week; Peer to Peer… Read More

Moody’s: Securitization Provides Alternative Financial Solutions for Indian and Chinese Financial Systems

Courtesy ptmoney.com

Moody’s Investors Service avers that the development of domestic securitization markets will help India and China achieve their common goal of building inclusive financial systems that will ultimately bring affordable credit to the underprivileged segments of their societies and which are usually excluded from the conventional banking… Read More

Reserve Bank of India is Actively Studying Peer to Peer Lending

Like the rest of the world, India is moving forward with new forms of finance. Last month, the Securities and Exchange Board of India stated it would reveal crowdfunding norms “soon”.  Now at a conference taking place in Mumbai, R. Gandhi, deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of… Read More

Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India Calls for More Regulation with Internet Finance

Speaking at the annual FBIC Conference that is taking place this week in Mumbai, SS Mundra, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, called for more regulation in the burgeoning online finance space – including crowdfunding and peer to peer lending. “Crowdsourcing and peer… Read More