Neo-banking platform Niyo, appointed Jagadish B as chief HR

The company presently employs 500 people and wants to expand by carefully vetting candidates for critical positions in technology, product, and design

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According to a statement released today, Jagadish B has been named the chief of human resources (HR) at consumer neo-banking platform Niyo, India’s leading Fintech company.

Jagadish has over 25 years of leadership experience in human resource management. He was a partner with Thinksynq Solutions during his prior employment. He has previously served in senior HR roles at Vodafone and Bharti Airtel.

He will be instrumental in moving the company’s effort to create a comprehensive digital banking solution forward for its 4 million+ retail and SME customers. Along with leading internal communication, compliance, health and safety conditions, people management and development, and stakeholder engagement, he will also be in charge of these areas.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Jagadish into our family. I have no doubt that his extensive knowledge and track record of meeting both corporate needs and people’s priorities will help us further develop our employee-first initiative.

The essential multiplier for us to further exploit the market’s potential, produce value for our stakeholders, and strive toward becoming one of India’s premier financial services institutions is onboarding the right personnel and experience, according to Vinay Bagri, co-founder and CEO of Niyo.

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“My curiosity was piqued by Niyo’s goal of creating a powerful financial services organization with a distinct strategic focus. Their fundamental philosophy, which places teams and people at the centre of every business decision, gives me hope. Building a strong corporate culture at the organization is something I’m enthusiastic about, added Jagadish.

The company presently employs 500 people and wants to expand by carefully vetting candidates for critical positions in technology, product, and design.

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