This is a growth of 112 percent over the last quarter. BharatPe said it also hit an all-time high of $18.5 billion in annualized total payment value (TPV) — a 50 percent growth in the last quarter.
“After a successful FY22 that we closed with a 3-fold growth in trade loans, 2.5-fold growth in payments and a 4-fold jump in revenue, BharatPe recorded its best quarter ever in Q1, FY23,” said
“We are on an incredible growth journey, driven by a massive shift in behavior towards digital payment methods, emergence of
The company facilitated payouts to more than 1.2 lakh traders in Q1, FY23, up from 66,000 traders in the last quarter of FY22.
In addition, BharatPe’s other product offerings, including Card Acceptance POS Businesses (BharatSwipe) and Merchant Investment Platform, showed consistent growth (more than 30 percent) compared to the last quarter.
“We are on track to reach our target of $2 billion in facilitated lending (through our NBFC/banking partners) for both consumer and retail businesses by the end of FY23, and to scale TPV to $30 billion by March 2023” , said Sameer.
The company saw its biggest-ever controversy begin earlier this year when its co-founder and CEO