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Budget 2024: FinTech Sector Anticipates Credit-Focused Reforms for Tax Incentives, Inclusive Growth, and Infrastructure Boost

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As the nation braces for the upcoming pre-election Union Budget, the financial sector finds itself in a unique position with the prospect of a vote-on-account instead of a comprehensive fiscal plan. While the tradition suggests that interim budgets avoid major policy announcements, the fintech community remains hopeful, focusing on key areas that could impact the sector positively.

One of the key expectations revolves around incentivizing fintech in under-serviced areas, aligning with the broader goal of creating a robust distribution infrastructure for financial inclusion. The fintech sector recognizes the pivotal role of government support in catalyzing positive change at the grassroots level. The hope is for the budget to acknowledge and encourage fintech’s contribution to empowering Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and SMEs.

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Expect measures like streamlined regulations, increased digital infrastructure support, and incentives for lending to underserved segments. This could unlock faster loan approvals, wider access to credit, and a potential boom for alternative lending platforms.

Expectations include a continued focus on infrastructure capital expenditure (capex) with a specific emphasis on improving logistics—a critical factor for the success of the “Make in India” initiative.

Initiatives such as the ‘One KYC’ repository and easier access to data for credit assessment are anticipated to streamline lending processes, promoting efficiency and transparency. Shared data and fewer forms mean faster approvals, wider access, and a loan experience that feels effortless.

For struggling MSMEs, the interim budget’s digital push shines a light. Easier credit scores with “One KYC” could mean loans like a quick chai break, not a month-long marathon.

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Fintechs, empowered by open data, can tailor lending offers that fit like a glove, making dreams of growth finally feel within reach.

The stage is set for regulatory clarity, infrastructure support, and incentives for underbanked sectors. Expect a surge in fintech solutions, tailored for MSMEs, fuelling a nationwide entrepreneurial boom!

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Aditya Gupta
Aditya Gupta
Aditya Gupta, CEO at Credilio
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