Author: Manoj Rawat

Sustainable Agriculture, MSME & Green Value Chain Finance | Priority Sector Finance | Manoj Rawat, ValueFin India

Energy Horizons 2019 | Climate Change & Renewable Energy

Speaking at CEEW event , ” Energy Horizons 2019″ at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi. The topic of discussion was ” Financing the consumer led energy transition”. Overall a high powered gathering at this event which included ministers, Govt officials, experts from across the world and delegates working field of Renewable energy and Climate Change #ClimateChange…
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ValueFin – Manoj Rawat: Budget 2019 Expectations

One of the most important focus area for this Budget 2019 is to empower NITI Aayog & STARTUP India initiative to create a highly focused group that offers time bound implementable solutions on doubling the income of farmers, accelerate credit flow in agriculture and enable real ground level innovations that are impactful & scalable, says…
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Exploring Fintech, Block chain, AI, IOT for creating next level enterprises that can enable growth in Rural India

NexGenTech Conference 2017, Mumbai:  Was invited as panel speaker at NextGenTech Conference held at Mumbai.  I shared my thoughts on Exploring Fintech, Block chain, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things for creating next level enterprises that can enable growth in Rural India especially for Agriculture and SME sector. Event was organised by FMW & Starterbites. Fintech…
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ValueFin India has been adjudged by Silicon India as the top10 Most Promising Financial Startups in Mumbai 2019

Truth always comes to light no matter the difficulties. The underlying truth that pervades the business ecosystem of India today is that it is located at all the urbanised sector of the country that constitutes only 30 percent of the whole. Manoj Rawat, an industry veteran and domain expert with more than 22 years of…
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Is Priority Sector Lending an untapped Opportunity or Lost Mission ?

Is Priority Sector Lending an untapped Opportunity or Lost Mission ?

Does India need a full-fledged and exclusive Agriculture Budget every year?

Does India need a full-fledged and exclusive hashtag Agriculture Budget every year? With 60% people dependent on hashtag #Agriculture, the Government needs to bring all its expenditure, investment plan and enabling policies under one umbrella where Central & State policies are aligned and Banks & Financial institutions are partners to ensure focused intervention and better…
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Priority Sector lending Opportunities

Priority Sector Lending – Speaking with Finbizness Speaking with Finbizness on Priority Sector Lending (PSL), Doubling of Farmers Income and Opportunity for Banks & Financial Institutions in Priority Sector. Doubling of Farmer Income is an achievable target, with right steps. hashtag #financialnstitutions #farmers #banking #PrioritySectorLending #RuralOpportunity #DoublingFarmersIncome hash   Manoj Rawat, ValueFin India |mkrawat@gmail.com

Unlocking Agri-Value Chains, Ensuring Farmer’s income security & Creating a Hunger free India

  Enabling Agri-Value Chains, Creating Transparent & Efficient Agriculture markets, Ensuring Farmer’s income security & striving for a hunger free India       1.Indian Agriculture has undergone a structural shift but has created lot of disguised unemployment We still need to realize & recognize that over 58 % of the rural households depend on…
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Does India need a dedicated “Solar Bank” to harness true potential of Clean Energy?

Does India need a dedicated “Solar Bank” to harness true potential of Clean Energy? Given the fact the that Clean energy technology is constantly evolving, the banks and financial institutions have limited understanding of Clean Energy Based asset finance and to harnesses the massive potential of solar energy available in India, the Government may think…
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Climate finance in agriculture : My interview with GCPF team

Manoj Rawat in Discussion with GCPF team https://green-lending-forum.gcpf.lu/2018/04/11/climate-finance-in-agriculture/ Climate funds could team up to create a credit guarantee fund, for instance. This could enable innovative players to create new models which other institutions can then follow, thereby increasing the outreach. Climate funds should address the biggest human-made contributor to climate change besides manufacturing: agriculture. That…
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