February 2, 2023
Today, in our stage of evolution, the age of Web 3.0 and digitization – technology is all powerful. It has disrupted our way of life and rendered many businesses redundant on its path of evolution. The best part of technology is that it can bring with it a paradigm shift in the way things stand and these disruptions are innovation driven. However, in the case of wealth management, technology has been a gradual evolution. From physical shares, to handwritten demat transfer slips, to today’s digital on-boarding and transacting; from pit trading at the BSE to today’s high-frequency black box trading.
June 18, 2022
India’s WealthTech industry is estimated to breach the 63 billion USD mark by FY25, up from 20 billion USD in FY20. The total number of demat accounts in India surged almost 2.5 times to 89.6 million over the last four years, with the addition of 34.5 million accounts in FY22 alone- and this trend is expected to continue, backed by increasing financial literacy & digitization.