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Tat Capital Launches Working Capital Funding Solutions for SMEs powered by Swoop  

 Sydney (AUS) 27th Jan 2022:  Sydney based financial services boutique firm, Tat Capital Pty Ltd, is pleased to announce the launch of its new working capital financing marketplace (TatWC) powered by Swoop to give wider choices for small and medium businesses, most of whom had...

27.01.22 06:57 AM - Comment(s)
India Australia Industry Report 2019 by Tat Capital: TatXpo2019

We would like to dedicate this ‘India Australia Industry Report’ to our beloved Guru: Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. As founders of Tat Capital, we are here today only because of His blessings and guidance throughout our life, as instruments in the divine play that continues to roll-out.

Since ou...

27.08.19 01:19 PM - Comment(s)
India’s banking challenges in the fintech era, and the role of Aussie firms

Indian FinTech industry is without doubt growing at an outstanding pace, giving the highest RoI of 29% against the global average of 20.1%. (Source: PwC - Redrawing the Lines - 2017). Statista reports that the transaction value of the Indian fintech market is $44,068mn in 2017, with a...

23.10.17 03:58 PM - Comment(s)
8 Million Indian SMEs to process 4 billion GST receipts every month - The opportunity for ANZ fintech.


More than 10 years after it was initially proposed, India has rolled out a Goods and Services Tax on July 1 2017 making it the single biggest tax reform since Indian independence in 1947. The GST will simplify a highly complex and layered tax system comprising of upto 17 ...

12.07.17 04:10 PM - Comment(s)
India: Growth & Opportunities 

At the AsiaConnect roundtable hosted by Swaab Attorneys - Ram Gorlamandala, Co-founder and Director at Tat Capital presented the story behind the state of Fintech in India including the impact Aadhaar (India's national biometric identity card) has had on individuals and corporates and how ...

02.05.17 12:12 PM - Comment(s)
The Biggest Fintech Revolution in the World

India is growing at 7%, making it the fastest growing major economy in the world, but everyone already knows this. It will be the youngest country with an average age of 29 and contribute to 25% of the global working force by 2020. Some paradigm changing government initiatives like Digital Indi...

29.03.17 05:12 PM - Comment(s)