The Park, Kolkata, on 14th of Dec 2018 the 4th Eastern India Microfinance Summit was held by the Association of Micro Finance Institutions – West Bengal, along with its member MFIs and knowledge partner KPMG. This event engaged around 300 Leaders and senior officials from MFIs (NGOs as well NBFCs) who are operating in West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar and North Eastern States and over 50 MFIs from Eastern India.
The event was titled as, "Microfinance: Going Digital While Retaining the Humane Touch". The objective and purpose of the summit was to actively engage key stakeholders in discussions relevant to current and future aspects of financial inclusion. This one-of-a-kind event brought together industry experts as well as innovative business leaders in financial services, technology, research and development who addressed and provided updated information about the new opportunities and solutions to the challenges faced by the Industry.
Mr. Viraf Sirvala, VP Sales, Nelito Systems was a part of a panel discussion - Collaboration with Fintech firms. This panel discussion emphasized on how Collaborations with Fintech firms across distribution, collection, cross sell, monitoring and customer education is imperative.
The conference also focused on the next wave of growth for Microfinance, Allied ecosystem for MFIs and Regulatory and Risk management implications in the changing landscape.
Team Nelito eminently showcased its successful solutions designed to take Micro Finance Companies to the next level of customer satisfaction and growth. Nelito's stall in the exhibition area was a busy place where delegates were understanding and discussing about the different offerings by Nelito with our sales and marketing team.
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