In the News
News, views and interviews from the CreditEnable team.
CreditEnable's article 'AI: Understanding bias and opportunities in financial services' was featured in the October edition of FinTech Futures Banking Technology magazine, and was also the main feature in the Monday edition of the daily news at Sibos.
CreditEnable has featured in this month's FinTech Futures Banking Technology magazine focused on technology is the key to unlocking SME financing, through a blended approach of tech and traditional values, exemplified through CreditEnable's partnership with the worlds largest SME association, the Confederation of All India Traders.
Inclusive Fintech 50 is a competition designed to recognise and advance fintechs tackling financial exclusion in both emerging and advanced markets around the world, innovating for underserved customer groups in credit, insurance, payments and remittances and personal finance. A judging panel of industry leading founders and investors rated entrants to the competition with rigorous criteria, including their quantitative and qualitative positioning, growth models, capacity, innovation, traction to date, inclusiveness and ability to scale.
With over 400+ nominations and 5,000+ votes, we are proud to be included in this years FinTech Power 50 Ones to Watch, which includes 40 fintech firms and 10 influencers.
CreditEnable was highlighted as one of several UK FinTech firms who participated in initiatives to explore synergies between UK and India, two countries that share strengths in financial services and technology. The article also highlights CreditEnable’s recent launch of the CAIT programme, which is pegged as ‘the largest mobilisation initiative ever attempted to help secure affordable credit for small and medium enterprises (SMEs)’. Click here to read the full article on page 8.
The IFC article outlines FinTech firm CreditEnable's partnership with the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) and our 'Changemakers Programme', which forms part of CreditEnable's mission to make access to affordable finance a reality for 70 million SMEs across India.
Details of the graduates for this year's cohort of the Accenture FinTech Innovation Lab London have been announced, and CreditEnable is proud to be one of them.
The full feature article written by John Welsh, includes highlights about Nadia Sood, Founder and Group CEO, and also outlines CreditEnable's 'Changemakers Programme', an initiative launched in conjunction with the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) the world’s largest SME association representing 70 million SMEs to help SMEs access affordable debt.
Started in 2012, the Fintech Innovation Lab London is part of a competitive global accelerator programme run by Accenture with hubs in Hong Kong and New York. The companies that have participated in the London Lab have secured more than 50 contracts with global banks and raised $217M in funding.