Kissht is India's premier consumer tech-enabled lender, dedicated to providing new-to-credit and underserved consumers with access to credit through purchase financing, personal loans, and credit lines. Kissht employs a robust proprietary algorithmic credit decision model with machine-led self-learning capabilities, ensuring efficient and reliable credit assessments. By leveraging cutting-edge technology, Kissht empowers consumers with financial solutions tailored to their unique needs and circumstances.
June 8, 2022
Fintech Kissht raises $80 million to enhance product offerings
Fintech startup Kissht has raised $80 million in a funding round led by Vertex Growth and Brunei Investment Agency as the Mumbai-based company looks to enhance its product offerings. Existing investors Vertex Ventures SEA and India and Endiya Partners also participated in the current round
July 9, 2021
How digital lending startup Kissht was able to clock Rs 200 Cr revenue in FY21 despite the pandemic
During the pandemic, digital lending platform Kissht decided to reprioritise its focus towards other credit products such as personal loans, short-term credit lines, and buy now pay later (BNPL) to meet the customer needs.
May 1, 2018
Fintech Cos in India Are Turning Their Focus to Tier II and III Cities
Fintech startup Kissht which allows users to buy now, pay later, too is expanding to smaller cities. Krishnan Vishwanathan, Founder & CEO, Kissht said that the lack of access to credit and the radical internet penetration, backed by strong government initiatives has opened a new “Fin-gate” into...
February 27, 2018
Fosun-backed Fintech startup Kissht will now lend directly to customers
OnEMi Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd, which runs lending startup Kissht, has set up an in-house non-banking finance company (NBFC) and is also in the process of launching its own credit cards, the company's founder Krishnan Vishwanathan told TechCircle.
November 8, 2017
China’s Fosun leads $10 million round in fin-tech startup Kissht
OnEMi Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd, which runs lending startup Kissht, has raised $10 million (Rs 67 crore) led by China’s Fosun International. The round also saw participation from the fin-tech startup’s existing investors, venture capital firm Endiya Partners and early-stage investor Ventureast.