Posts Tagged ‘ YES Bank ’
Friday, January 20, 2017
The tussle between ICICI Bank and online retailer Flipkart’s digital wallet, PhonePe, isn’t likely to end soon with the private-sector lender again refusing to allow transactions through the payment app. The latest refusal comes after National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), an umbrell...
India’s fifth-largest private sector lender, Yes Bank, has launched Yes Fintech, a business accelerator programme, in collaboration with startup incubator T-Hub, speed scaling platform Anthill and fintech platform Let’s Talk Payments. The programme will accept applications till February 3, 2...
17 January, 2017 |
India’s fifth-largest private sector lender Yes Bank is likely to make equity investments in startups enrolling in its Yes: Head-Startup programme in the future, a senior executive told Techcircle.in. “Yes Bank will look at equity investments on a case-to-case basis and within regulatory guideli...
3 October, 2016 |
Nokia is in the process of exiting its mobile financial services business that includes the Nokia Money services. The company has made a statement on the same, “As a result of Nokia’s evolving strategy and the business environment, we are exploring options for a structured exit from the Mobile F...
12 March, 2012 |
Nokia has launched its Nokia Money service across India. The service allows customers to use their mobile phones as a wallet that can be used to make payments, without actually requiring a bank account. The company already has tie-ups with banks like Yes Bank and Union Bank of India for a mobile pay...
15 December, 2011 |
Nokia is now planning to insert the Mobile Money client in all the Nokia devices in India. The client will provide a gateway to financial services (via mobile phones) to anyone without a bank account or access to a financial institution. Nokia Money (mobile financial services) is already live in Ind...
29 June, 2011 |