India starting to lead the way in Fintech Startup Investments

India starting to lead the way in Fintech Startup Investments

India starting to lead the way in Fintech Startup Investments

It seems that India is starting to outpace it’s closest rival, China, when it comes to fintech investments – in both deal value and volume, according to data collection company GlobalData. These results for Q1 of 2020 show a promising start for the Indian VC scene, with over USD 330 Million pouring into the sector in Q1 alone. What’s the shift? Analysts predict that this might be caused by a shifting Chinese strategy that focuses more on scaling up already successful fintechs whereas the Indian market is still focusing on startups as well.

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