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PhonePe is India’s largest transactions platform built on payments. It is the crusader of UPI payments and a proud contributor to the hypergrowth of the world’s most advanced payments system.
They are leading the narrative on mobile payments which will change the way people manage their money on the go. They want to make digital payments so easy, safe and universally accepted that people never feel the need to carry cash or cards again. They see facilitating this change, through technology at scale, positive disruption, and dogged customer centricity.
PhonePe started in 2015 and has achieved many milestones in the last 6 years and is rightly India’s Payments App. Culturally, as a team, we learn fast, fail fast, act to impact, run lean and collaborate to bring out excellence and intellectual honesty in each other.
Role of Interns
- Part of BFSI Regulatory team at Mumbai. The role may involve research work on regulations related to financial services including insurance, AMC/mutual fund and other financial services.
- Maintenance of records
Description of work areas
- Assist in preparing and filing the new or renewal license applications. Collation of documents and information from various stake holders. Research for regulations and circulars related to such licenses
- Maintenance of database for license applications and regulatory correspondence.
- Student of 1st / 2nd year LL.B
- Have strong communication skills.
- Good legal knowledge (Contract Act, Tort Law)
Expectations other than qualification & technical experience
Committed and ready to work under pressure and ever evolving possibilities.
High degree of professional ethics and integrity, good analytical skills and interpersonal skills.
Willingness to learn, improve and challenge the status quo for the better.
How to Apply
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