Day 2 of ET Future of Money will feature Innovators Launchpad with Reserve Bank Innovation Hub for fintech startup innovations

Day two of the ET Future of Money Summit 2022, an initiative by to shine a light on the transformations shaping the future of finance, will begin with an in-depth discussion with Rajesh Bansal, Managing Director of Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), in where he will talk about how RBIH is “enabling access to frictionless and appropriate financial services for one billion Indians”.

The second day of the summit, July 27, will also feature Innovators Launchpad, a special initiative by presented in partnership with Reserve Bank Innovation Hub as a knowledge partner, to provide a platform for fintech startups in startup to showcase their unique solutions and innovations aimed at catalyzing financial inclusion for 1.3 billion Indians.

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Additionally, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and experts in banking, web3, digital payments, wealth management and markets will come together for in-depth discussions and insights on disruptions and developments. that affect these sectors and, therefore, on the future. finances.

Scheduled for July 26-27, the ET Future of Money Summit 2022 will be held as an all-virtual event that will be simulcast on, the ET Future of Money website, and ET social platforms beginning at 11:30 a.m. on both days. The event, which has Cashfree Payments as associate partner and Niyogin Fintech as co-associate partner, will see the participation of more than 25 prominent speakers to deliver nearly 10 hours of content over more than 15 sessions.

Tracks and speakers to watch on day two of the ET Future of Money Summit:

  • Rajesh Bansal, CEO, Reserve Bank Innovation Center

The Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India, aims to foster and evangelize innovation in the financial industry to enable access to billion dollar tailored and sustainable financial products. of Indians in a secure and frictionless manner.

On day two of the ET Future of Money Summit, Rajesh Bansal, CEO of RBIH, will discuss how the hub is working with various financial institutions, technology companies and policy bodies to promote and facilitate an environment that accelerates innovation in the financial industry.

  • Deciphering heritage trends

In a one-on-one interaction with Nikhil Agarwal, Associate Editor, ET, Nilesh Shah, MD, Kotak Asset Management Co; Part-Time Member – Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC PM), the Government of India will focus on the wealth management industry and markets where it will shed light on the trends shaping the future of wealth management. heritage in India. Staying in the realm of wealth management, Sumit Gupta, co-founder of CoinDCX, will detail the startup’s journey as a wealth technology destination while explaining at length how Web3, the latest version of the internet powered by blockchain technology, is poised to shape the future of finance.

  • The future of sustainable banking and finance

Banking services based on application programming interfaces (or API banking) are transforming the way banking and financial products and services are created, distributed and accessed. In a virtual fireside chat with Miloni Bhatt, Editor-in-Chief – Digital Broadcasting,, Akash Sinha, Co-Founder and CEO, Cashfree Payments, will discuss in depth how the fintech startup is “unleashing the potential of operations banking and accelerate the growth of India’s digital economy.

In a separate conversation on trends impacting the banking industry, Natasha Patel, former head of global payments and cash management, HSBC; currently CEO, India Sanitation Coalition, FICCI will share key insights on “the transformations shaping the future of banking and how traditional players can thrive in the digital age”.

  • Definitive Deliberations on the Economics of Digital Payments

In a global discussion with Miloni Bhatt of ET, Upasana Taku, co-founder and COO, MobiKwik will talk about the evolution of the digital payments ecosystem and our changing interactions with money, as well as the way forward. .

To dive deeper into the digital payments ecosystem, Vishwas Patel, Executive Director of Infibeam Avenues Ltd and Chairman of the Payments Council of India, will speak separately with Bhatt on “Enabling a Digital Cashless Economy for India “, in which he will also talk about decoding the playbook of Infibeam, India’s first fintech and e-commerce company to go public.

  • Innovators Launchpad track, presented by ET & Reserve Bank Innovation Hub

On the Innovators Launched track, presented in partnership with knowledge partner Reserve Bank Innovation Hub, watch for three separate sessions showcasing innovations from three fintech startups: Anniyam Payment Solutions, Sampatti Cards and MAKSPay Fintech Solutions.

Sarahana T, Chief Visionary Officer, Money Purse, Anniyam Payment Solutions and Manigandan EV, CEO, Money Purse, Anniyam Payment Solutions will present on “MoneyPurse: A Unified Platform Enabling Digital Financial Inclusion”.

Saurabh Kumar Karn, Co-Founder and CEO, Sampatti Cards will talk about “Sampatti Card: Creating Wealth for Domestic Workers”, while Shiva Prasad, Founder and CEO, MAKSPay Fintech Solutions will talk about “PehchanPe Card: Empowering financing of micro and small enterprises run by women.

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