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April 27, 2016
Image by Pankaj Jain
APRIL27,2016PAGE1
Introduction To Indian FinTech
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Since July 20101,500+ investments2
500 Startups Is the Most Active Seed Investor in Silicon
Valley and Aims to be Lar...
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/ Pankaj Jain
• 12+ Years in Finance
• Founded 1 startup in India
• Founded 2 non-profits in India
• Investing in Indian...
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Legal review Partner approval
Two+ investment
team members
review opportunity
Partner approval
“India is poised to bec...
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/ Digital Landscape Overview
1 Only 15% of the Indian users buy online
vs 56% of usersin China. The gap
representsthe ma...
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Global Investors in India
Others
APRIL27,2016PAGE6
China
US
Ecosystem Activity in India
The Companies and Firms listed...
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Mobile FinTech
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435M Internet
enabled
smartphones
by 2019 2
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114
142
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222
256
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65
130
195
260
325
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
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• 3G/4G services + lower cost/better quality smart phones spurring online usage.
• Apps are the new Value Added Servic...
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SMBs have been
chronically
underserved by the
traditional banking
system in India.
1. RBI is the Reserve Bank of India...
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/ This is FinTech in India
Unmodified image by Dipankar Dutta under CC license
APRIL27,2016PAGE12
Photo Credit: blog.bea...
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• Indian government pushing to move to cashless society. UPI (“Unified Payments
Interface”) is one initiative
• E-wall...
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/ • Transaction volume and ARPU are
increasing
• Banking, lending and accounting are
antiquated industries that need to
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/ Areas of Opportunity
• Lending
• Payments
• Remittance
• Personal Finance
• Banking
• Equity Funding
• Infrastructure ...
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/ Thank You
Pankaj Jain
Partner, 500 Startups
Twitter: @pjain
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Consumer FinTech in India should be mobile. Opportunity in B2B lending, accounting, trading systems is massive. Payments are just the starting point.

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Introduction to Indian FinTech

  1. 1. / / April 27, 2016 Image by Pankaj Jain APRIL27,2016PAGE1 Introduction To Indian FinTech
  2. 2. / // Since July 20101,500+ investments2 500 Startups Is the Most Active Seed Investor in Silicon Valley and Aims to be Largest in the World1 The various geographies highlighted in the map result from investments we have made across all 500 Startups funds. 1. The Silicon Valley Tech Venture Capital Almanac, Fall 2013 and TechCrunch Article May 5, 2015, “500 Startups Aims To Be The Largest VCShop In The World” http://techcrunch.com/2015/05/05/500-s tartups-aims-to-be-the-largest-vc-shop-in-the-world/ 2. Approximated as of 2/23/2016 and includes first and follow-on investments from all 500 Startups funds. APRIL27,2016PAGE2
  3. 3. / / Pankaj Jain • 12+ Years in Finance • Founded 1 startup in India • Founded 2 non-profits in India • Investing in Indian startups since 2012 • Led or managed 70+ investments in India, Jordan, Finland and the U.S. at 500 Startups and prior 1. LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/pankajjain 2. AngelList: http://angel.co/pjain APRIL27,2016PAGE3 Long-Term Capital Management
  4. 4. / / Legal review Partner approval Two+ investment team members review opportunity Partner approval “India is poised to become the world’s fastest growing major economy” – E&Y 2015 India Attractiveness Survey 1 India is a very young, *mobile* and fast growing market. • $2.1T (nominal) economy 2 ; 7.7% GDP growth10 • 7th largest economy in the world by nominal GDP 3 • #2 in Internet Users with 317M Indians (209M urban + 108M rural) 4 • > 990M mobile phones 5 • 200M+ smartphones (19.2% penetration) in India 6 • India attracted $34B in FDI in 2014, up 22% from 2013 7 • Median age of 27.3 yrs 8 • 68% of the population (850M people) is under 35 years old 9 • Labor force of 502M people, 51% of which are in industry or services jobs 8 IndiaOverview 1 http://www.ey.com/IN/en/Issues/Business-environment/EY-india-attractiveness-survey-2015 2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_India 3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India#Economy 4 http://www.medianama.com/2015/11/223-317m-internet-users-india/ 5 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecommunications_in_India 6 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_smartphone_penetration 7 http://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/wir2015_en.pdf 8 https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/in.html 9 Goldman Sachs: India Internet Report – May 2015 10 Reported estimate by Citigroup in Economic Times APRIL27,2016PAGE4
  5. 5. / / Digital Landscape Overview 1 Only 15% of the Indian users buy online vs 56% of usersin China. The gap representsthe massive opportunity in merely catching up with China.1 2 Better security, payment and remittance infrastructure will be required to meet the next wave of growth from rural and semi-rural India. • On track to be the 2nd largest smartphone market1 • 55% Smartphone subscription growth 2 • Mobile accounts for 65% of the total internet traffic in India.2 • Deutsche Bank estimated FinTech market to reach $16B by 2020 from $3B in 20161 1. Deutsche Bank Report on India Internet Sector –November 2015 2. Internet Trends 2015 Report by Mary Meeker APRIL27,2016PAGE5
  6. 6. / / Global Investors in India Others APRIL27,2016PAGE6 China US Ecosystem Activity in India The Companies and Firms listed herein have not confirmed the information set forth on this slide. Additionally, certain investors invested using other entities as opposed to investing via the venture funds or companies represented here. Japan Europe
  7. 7. / / APRIL27,2016PAGE7 Mobile FinTech
  8. 8. / / 435M Internet enabled smartphones by 2019 2 79 114 142 178 222 256 0 65 130 195 260 325 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Projected annual smartphone sales India, in millions1 1. KPMG India Media and Entertainment Report – March 2015 2. Deutsche Bank Report on India Internet Sector – November 2015 APRIL27,2016PAGE8 Smartphones
  9. 9. / / • 3G/4G services + lower cost/better quality smart phones spurring online usage. • Apps are the new Value Added Services • Payment banks, initiatives by traditional banks, and startups will increase digital payments through mobile devices. • Mobile allows for cheaper costs for conducting business operations for SMB’s. 1. KPMG India Media and Entertainment Report – March 2015 2. Deutsche Bank Report on India Internet Sector – November 2015 APRIL27,2016PAGE9 Mobile Services
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  11. 11. / / SMBs have been chronically underserved by the traditional banking system in India. 1. RBI is the Reserve Bank of India APRIL27,2016PAGE11 Mobile Banking
  12. 12. / / This is FinTech in India Unmodified image by Dipankar Dutta under CC license APRIL27,2016PAGE12 Photo Credit: blog.beam.co.in
  13. 13. / / • Indian government pushing to move to cashless society. UPI (“Unified Payments Interface”) is one initiative • E-wallets, social payments & payment banks, will boost the e-payments market significantly. • In 2008-09, India overtook Mexico as the world’s foremost remittance market; The remittance market has consistently surpassed FDI coming into India, and the current annual inflows stand at > $70B.4 160M Rupay users conducting 20M transactions a day 1 80% Users of ages 21-35 use e-channels to make rent payments 2 1. PwC Report on Electronic Payments in India 2015 2. PwC Report on Electronic Payments in India 2015 3. Goldman Sachs India Internet Report – May 2015 4. Wall Street Journal APRIL27,2016PAGE13 Fintech $5B Size of digital payments by 2030 3
  14. 14. / / • Transaction volume and ARPU are increasing • Banking, lending and accounting are antiquated industries that need to modernize at a rapid pace • Indian regulations create a strong barrier to entry for global players - fintech innovations will be created by Indian companies Payment Mediums India China USA Number of people with bank accounts (per 100) 58 70 92 Number of bank branches (in millions) 1.1 0.8 3.6 Number of ATM’s (in millions) 1.14 3.07 13.76 PoS Terminal (per million) 684 5,425 17,120 Total Cards (per 1,000) 283.6 2,604 3,699 Financial Medium Comparison Deloitte Report on Payment Bank - Opportunities and Challenges, World Bank Report on Remittance Market in India APRIL27,2016PAGE14 Fintech – Trends
  15. 15. / / Areas of Opportunity • Lending • Payments • Remittance • Personal Finance • Banking • Equity Funding • Infrastructure – Security/Analytics/etc • Cryptocurrency • Insurance • SMB Solutions • Trading Solutions (Order routing, portfolio management systems, analytics libraries, etc) APRIL27,2016PAGE15
  16. 16. / / Thank You Pankaj Jain Partner, 500 Startups Twitter: @pjain

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