Agents are the face of change to people’s financial security and independence.

What is an Agent? What is a Business Correspondent?

 

What is an Agent

 

Why We Need an Agent?

Why we need Agents

 

Modes Of Operation Of Agent

Modes of Operation of Agents

 

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2 Responses
  1. Chandrashekar Rao Kuthyar

    I fully agree that “Agents” enable Financial Inclusion. I had a chance to work in a remote district in Orissa, as a representative of a large public sector bank. Every villager trusts an educated person from the same village. They like to hear from him or her about the benefits of banking in their own language, as per the context, background and conditions prevailing in the village at that time. A remotely controlled online banking system popping up some promotional products on the website hardly has any penetration capability compared to the rich, face-to-face dialogue around a cup of tea in the village corner. We need to bring back the desire to use local captains to deliver the message over the last mile.
    Good work by Teknospire.

  2. Samiksha Seth

    Thanks a lot, Mr. Chandrashekhar for your response.
    So true, indeed the educated, authorized and informative individuals could build trust and help the rural people in managing their finances effectively.
    Would you be able to help us in collaborating with banks [you have worked] and help the rural people in raising their standard of living?

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