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INTRODUCTION In this article we attempt to provide an insight on the concept of Mutual Fund, How it works, it’s kinds, how the Digital Investment Platforms are helping investment sector grow exponentially in India and the regulatory framework governing such platform in the context of Mutual Fund. THE CONCEPT The “Mutual Fund” as the name...

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INTRODUCTION The RBI Guidelines on Regulation of Payment Aggregators and Payment Gateways (the “Guidelines”) defines Payment Aggregators as “entities that facilitate e-commerce sites and merchants to accept various payment instruments from the customers for completion of their payment obligations without the need for merchants to create a separate payment integration system of their own. Payment...

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INTRODUCTION India has always been inclined towards being cash driven society. However, with the constant development in technology, increase in access to the internet, the ‘Digital India’ campaign and the constant support of the Regulatory Authority i.e. Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) encouraging the development in the initial years and being the catalyst and facilitator...

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INTRODUCTION The rapid advancement in digital technology has resulted in the transformation of the economic and financial landscapes in India. One such example is the evolution of the FinTech industry including advancements such as Blockchain, Digital Currencies, Mobile Wallets & Payments, Payment Gateways, Payment Aggregators, Peer-to-Peer Lending Platform and Marketplace Lending. FinTech, short for Financial...

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INTRODUCTION The “Know Your Customer” (”KYC”) policy as the name suggests is a mechanism which stands for verifying the true identity of its customer, at the ‘time of’ or ‘before’ boarding on a financial platform to avail financial services. In India, the banks were required to implement KYC policy as a formal policy and regulatory...

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INTRODUCTION Know Your Customer (‘KYC’) is a process of verification through which institutions confirm and authenticate the identity and address of a customer. KYC is precautionary measure to curb illegal activities such as money laundering, bribery, or corruption. Identity verification of customers involved in financial transactions of huge figures had become an imperative objective to...

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