Motivated by his passion for financial inclusion and solving poverty, Arunjay is focused on how he can use technology for good, breaking down barriers to democratise money. A highly regarded payment expert with strong strategic and analytical skills, Arunjay consulted with the GSMA Mobile Money programme for three years, where he provided a comprehensive understanding of the evolution of mobile money including analysing the impact of new technologies and business models.
As co-founder and CEO of Yooz, Arunjay is leading a revolution in remittances. With the marginal cost of
transferring money from the UK to India reducing to near zero, while incumbents continue to charge high fees – Arunjay is looking to transform the international remittances industry one payment at a time.
Arunjay helped setup the DFS Lab, and designed the programme to support start-ups in emerging markets. He runs DFS Lab’s fintech bootcamps, five-day design sprints to build and test concepts and has mentored over 20 start-ups.
A true global citizen, Arunjay moved half way around the world from India to Trinidad and Tobago at the tender age of 22 and has visited over 30 Countries across 6 Contents.
Arunjay spent the first five years of his career counting beans at EY.