Budget 2022: Government should continue to be kind to startups and fintech, there was tremendous growth last year

Murali Nair, president of banking at Zeta, says that the year 2021 has been unprecedented for Indian fintech and startup companies. The big growth in this sector in the General Budget 2022-23 will have to be kept in mind and encouragement will have to be continued for this sector to continue to grow in the coming times.

Experts demand that the government continue to support the startup and fintech sector.

The corona epidemic has affected every sector and the economy around the world has been affected. But even in the era of epidemic, tremendous growth has also been registered in some areas. One such area is Financial Technology ie FinTech. Also, good news has come from the startup world as well. Especially talking about India, good news has come out from both these areas from the year 2021. Now after a few days the general budget of India is going to be presented. In such a situation, experts related to these industries are talking about keeping in mind the activities in the field of fintech and startups.

Murali Nair, president of banking at Zeta, says that the year 2021 has been unprecedented for Indian fintech and startup companies. More than 40 startups achieved unicorn status this year. Not only this, there was tremendous growth in this industry in 2021. On the other hand, talking about the Fintech industry, during this period India saw a huge growth in the field of digital payments. This year people adopted digital methods for payment in a big way. The big growth in this sector in the General Budget 2022-23 will have to be kept in mind and encouragement will have to be continued for this sector to continue to grow in the coming times.