Financial services for next billion? [Part 5] The price of money

Similar to my last 4 posts in my series on "financial services for next billion?", in this one I have covered chapter 5 of the book – Portfolios of the poor in Q&A format, covering pieces around how poor people create and manage the large sums of money. Why micro-finance rates are so high? "those institutions serving … Continue reading Financial services for next billion? [Part 5] The price of money

Financial services for next billion? [Part 4] – Managing large sums of money

I took a long time to write down the part 4 of my series - "financial services for next billion" as I was busy shifting from a co-living space to a studio apartment, so that I can better focus my energy towards my work as a hustler and not get distracted as well as overwhelmed … Continue reading Financial services for next billion? [Part 4] – Managing large sums of money

Financial services for next billion? [Part 3] – Insurance

This is the third in series of articles on “Financial services for next billion?” that I will be basing on the book - Portfolios of the poor. Similar to my last post, in this one I have covered chapter 3 of this book in Q&A format, covering pieces around risk coverage and insurance products for poor. Who … Continue reading Financial services for next billion? [Part 3] – Insurance

Financial services for next billion? [Part 2] – Triple Whammy

This is the second in a series of articles on “Financial services for next billion?” that will be based on the book - Portfolios of the poor. Similar to my last post, in this one I have covered chapter 2 of this book in Q&A format, covering pieces around triple whammy, informal financial instruments, designing financial products … Continue reading Financial services for next billion? [Part 2] – Triple Whammy