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Are women the best money managers?
Which are the investment tools that women prefer? Scripbox decodes the investing trend of women. Watch TMS know more!
The problem of plenty in your financial portfolio
Financial planners very often have to deal with the problem of plenty. When clients first meet them with their portfolio, in most cases, they have too much of one or more financial products.
Global Wealthtech Market 2019-2026 | Top key players are Scripbox, Basis, CubeWealth, ETMONEY, Paytm Money
The Report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions and classifications. The Wealthtech Market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
What Are The Most Interesting Fintech Business Models?
Wealthtech players like Scripbox, Basis, CubeWealth, ETMONEY, Paytm Money among others are bringing in the small retail investor into mainstream wealth management, once considered to be dominated by only HNIs.
About 44% of women need financial advisors, finds a Scripbox survey
A survey conducted by Scripbox with women to understand their investment quotient reveals that 44% of respondents are willing to accept additional help in financial planning.
Scripbox boss loves running, has clocked 10,000 kms so far
Fitness it important to Ashok Kumar ER, CEO of Scripbox. He likes to keep track of the kilometres he runs. Apart from fitness, he enjoys watching 'Gandhi', a movie made on his role model. 'Shawshank Redemption' is also one of his favourites as it has taught him the valuable lesson of unwavering persistence.
Women are 'recklessly cautious' with savings, prefer to park money in FD, PPF: Survey
Scripbox, which undertook this survey in the first two weeks of October 2019 on leading Facebook Communities, received inputs from 400 women. Of these, 54 per cent were millennials, 56 per cent were non-millennials.
Women prefer investments in FD, PPF: Survey
Besides, 6 per cent respondents said they preferred to buy gold, while 15 per cent of them picked mutual funds to invest their excess income, the survey by Scripbox, which provides online financial services, said.
How to close unwanted bank accounts
Having too many bank accounts may not be a great idea as you are required to maintain an average quarterly balance Note that most banks levy an account closure fee if you close it within a year from opening
From Buying Gold To Investing Through AI: 6 Wealth Management Platforms Transforming How Indians Invest
Bengaluru-based Scripbox is a digital mutual fund investment startup that simplifies investments for salaried professionals by narrowing down the process. The company selects the funds through a quantitative and qualitative algorithm, which helps to eliminate selection biases arising out of vague advice and a plethora of information available through varied sources.
Why grey counts in the startup world
Sanjiv Singhal was 44 when he started Scripbox, an online investment advisory platform, with two others in 2012. Having experience in the internet and financial sector, he says, helped immensely. His “big lesson" was learning to experiment. “So, we are able to combine experience with experimental approach."