Rasima Swarup

Rasima Swarup
Associate at BFA

Rasima Swarup is an Associate at BFA. As an international business and development professional she has a keen interest in understanding how data and technology can be leveraged to reach the last mile and in so doing, assessing the impact of various solutions to determine how to optimize them. At BFA, her work involves managing technical projects and applying skills in the areas of innovative payment solutions, process design and optimization, data interpretation, and impact assessments. Prior to joining BFA, Rasima worked with Deloitte’s Identity and Access Management practice in India and later in Australia as a Senior Analyst. Apart from building enterprise-level solutions for various financial institutions, her work involved extensive client relations and product management across multi-cultural and globally distributed teams. Rasima holds a Masters in International Business and Development Economics from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from Manipal University (India).

Articles by Rasima Swarup

  • Maelis Carraro / Rasima Swarup

    Creating an Inclusive Fintech Ecosystem? Here Are Three Facts Accelerators Should Consider

    BFA's Catalyst Fund started with one goal: to support early-stage inclusive fintech entrepreneurs in developing accessible, high-quality and relevant financial solutions for the underserved. After three years of operations, the accelerator has worked with 20 startups across 13 emerging markets, helping to create better credit, payment, insurance, savings and investment solutions that improve the financial health of people with low incomes. Maelis Carraro and Rasima Swarup at BFA share some of the fund's lessons on how to build an inclusive fintech network.

    Finance, Investing
The Best of NextBillion in Your Inbox Each Week!
Subscribe to NB Notes for news, jobs & on-the-ground insights from the world of emerging markets business.
No Thanks
Thank you for signing up to receive the NextBillion Notes newsletter.
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.
Don't miss out. Subscribe today.