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Ep 31: Satyen Kothari, Founder of Cube Wealth

Cube is a global wealth management services company that helps people, across 50 countries, invest in emerging markets including India and other developed markets.  In this Podcast, Cube’s Founder Satyen Kothari talks about how technology can help the millennials and aspirational salaried class to be able to invest smartly to grow their personal wealth instead of depending on bank savings, fixed deposits or recurring deposits. Cube is largely focused on the busy young urban professionals, who do not have time or expertise to make their own investment decisions. Cube has dedicated advisors who recommend plans after checking a persons risk profile of investors. It  is also Satyen’s fifth start-up and second in the FinTech space. He founded India’s leading digital payments company Citrus, which was later acquired by Naspers-backed PayU. Satyen is an angel investor and has backed over 14 companies. He is also an active member of the Stanford Alumni Association of India and Stanford Angels.

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