TALA's Shivani Siroya on stablecoin regulation, financial literacy and Robinhood

TALA's Shivani Siroya on stablecoin regulation, financial literacy and Robinhood

- CEO and founder Shivani Siroya started TALA after a career in investment banking sprinkled with stints at the United Nations and other organizations focused on global health. - On a mission to accelerate financial health for underserved populations, the company's mobile platform provides access to loans of $10 to $500 to people in Mexico, Kenya, India and the Philippines. - Siroya says it's important to ensure disruptive innovation does not come at the expense of consumer protection, and that cryptocurrencies have the potential to advance financial inclusion globally. If Shivani Siroya knows one thing to be true, it's this: the underserved deserve credit. Siroya started fintech company TALA after a career in investment banking sprinkled with stints at the United Nations and other organizations focused on global health. On a mission to accelerate financial health for underserved populations, the company's mobile platform provides access to loans of $10 to $500 to people in Mexico, Kenya, India and the Philippines. Its customers typically have no formal credit history, so it relies on its own data science to analyze other factors …
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