Arvog Finance Joins Forces with Finplan International Education

The new-age fintech focuses on acquiring retail customers through smart partnerships for education, payday and MSME loans.

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Arvog Finance (Finkurve Financial Services Limited) is India’s rapidly developing smart-tech-enabled diversified finance and venture growth investment company. The new-age fintech focuses on acquiring retail customers through smart partnerships for education, payday and MSME loans. With an aim to transform the education sector through its easy-to-avail financial service, the company has recently tied-up with Finplan International Education, India’s largest institution producing ‘Qualified Skilled Professionals’ by imparting ‘Globally Certified Professional Qualifications.

With the onset of the pandemic, education has become expensive, while job losses and pay cuts rose to never-seen-before levels. Through this association, Arvog Finance aims to work towards making education financing accessible to aspiring CA students. By offering simple yet relevant financial products and services, the company targets to bring about a change and renovate the country’s education system along with minimal and no cost* financing.

Finplan is accredited by Global Educational Bodies such as ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants- Gold Approved Learning Partner) and IRM (Institute of Risk Management). The ACCA Qualification at FINPLAN has been a proven stepping stone for thousands of students who have achieved successful career positions post their Qualification and intends to bestow students the first-hand opportunity to experience a rewarding career in International accountancy, finance and business management. Being a Gold Approved Learning Partner recognized by ACCA Qualification; the Institution ensures quality in training students and enabling them to take up the journey in becoming the Future Global Finance Professionals. Students can also aim to pursue the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Education recognized by the World’s leading Risk Management body – IRM (Institute of Risk Management).

According to Priyank Kothari, Director, Arvog, “Our country seems to be beset with poignant stories of parents going to massive lengths to back their child’s education. Over the years, things may have recovered marginally, but education still endures to be out of bounds for a large section of the Indian population. Conventionally, financial institutions have offered education loans, but, owing to the increasing loan defaults by students, banks have gradually cut down on education lending. Nevertheless, due to the surging cost of education and inadequate access to formal credit, the demand for education finance continues to mount. Hence by partnering with Finplan International Education, we have endeavoured to fill in this void in the education finance space by lending flexible loans at low and affordable interest rates. We are thrilled to associate with Finplan and offer our financial services to empower Indian students, helping them build a better academic future.”

According to Kashish Khilnani, MD & CEO at FINPLAN International Education, “By partnering with Arvog Finance, we aim to move towards making education accessible to all learners. We are optimistic that by enabling students to apply for low-interest loans through Arvog’s easy payment solutions, will nothing but scale the country’s future employability rate. Through this tie-up we aim to create an educational financing marketplace for Indian students pursuing Global Recognised Qualification an achievable dream come true for each student in our country.”

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