PB Fintech Group’s MoneyWide Partners Siply For Offering Instant Loans

By Consultants Review Team Tuesday, 07 March 2023

Fintech lending platform, MoneyWide offers Siply users paper free and instant personal loans at its phygital branches. Siply aims to disburse more than 10,000 loans by FY24 worth ₹100 crore along with this partnership.

The fintech aims to make financial services accessible to more than 400 million Indians in its target demographic of middle-income earners and underserved masses such as contract workers, blue-collar workers, gig economy workers, and small business owners, said the firm.

MoneyWide is a digital lending application that offers 100% digital, paperless, and instant personal loans using proprietary technology. MoneyWide is a part of the PB Fintech Group that runs marketplaces, Policybazaar and Paisabazaar.

“Our partnership with MoneyWide is a significant step towards fulfilling our mission, as we aim to provide paperless and instant personal loans to our users through our phygital branches. With a target of disbursement of nearly 10,000 loans, we are committed to bringing sachet financial services to the masses and bridging the gap in the financial landscape of India," said Sousthav Chakrabarty, CEO & co-founder, Siply. 

This partnership announcement follows a $7.5 million recent acquisition of myPaisaa’s advanced new-age chit platform by Siply and adds new offerings to the platform’s suite of financial services that include Digital chits, Siply Gold Savings Scheme, Siply Gold Jewellery Scheme, Chhotastock, and more. 

Siply also has a micro-credit service that was launched back in July 2021 and has disbursed more than 2.43 lakh loans for a total volume of more than ₹230 Crores. 

Siply turned profitable in November 2022, within 2.5 years since its inception, recording ₹2.12 crore profit. Having taken the phygital route, Siply currently has 14 branches in 3 states and 8 cities. The company is also in the process of setting up Siply Seva Kendras in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the coming months and has set a goal to launch 1,000 branches across 115 cities in India over the next 3 years to bring sachet financial services to the masses.

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