Fintech and the democratization of investments

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29 September 2014


  • I agree, Ishwar. The ability to offer investment advisory services to the mass affluent and other populations should have major ramifications in the developing world as well. Would be interested in learning of examples from India and other markets.

  • Brilliant piece with synopsis of fundamental shift in the industry. We think the current trends are indeed disruptive and immense value adding to emerging wealthy countries as well.
    Indeed wealth management is not just the prerogative of wealthy anymore. The real undercurrent is coming from marginal wealth owners.
    These platforms are scrapping the hugly under tapped wealth of 99% strata with potential generation of never seen before returns to common investors.