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It’s time for tech-led financial service to expand to other markets: Scripbox CEO Atul Shinghal


The pandemic has highlighted the need for diversity in one’s investment portfolio and better wealth management by a fiduciary who does what is right for the customer. We have a history of doing this in India, using digital means, and are thus well placed to provide NRIs a hassle-free way to grow and diversify their wealth.


Many of the investing decisions of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) are based on old wisdom, believes Scripbox & CEO founder Atul Shinghal. The assets they have - land, property, bank deposits - do not generate inflation-beating returns. Scripbox sees a market opportunity in this.

NEW DELHI: Accel Partners, Omidyar Network and others backed Bengaluru based financial services platform Scripbox is soon launching its operations outside India, in the UAE and Singapore. It's targeting NRIs in these countries to offer them products customised to their needs. In an e-mail interview Atul Shinghal, founder & CEO, Scripbox discusses the 2012 founded company’s expansion outside India, reasons for targeting NRIs, the kind of

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