Posts Tagged ‘ YES Bank ’
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Venture capital and growth equity investment firm SAIF Partners has won the News Corp VCCircle exit of the year award for its wonderfully-engineered exit from NASDAQ-listed MakeMyTrip Ltd, wherein it pocketed more than 16 times the money it invested in stages, underlining the importance of patience ...
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...
20 January, 2017 |
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 |