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Banking veteran Rana Vikram Anand appointed as President, Indifi Technologies

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Aiming to strengthen its core leadership, Indifi Technologies on Tuesday announced the appointment of Rana Vikram Anand as its President, thus embarking on its next phase of growth and evolution.

In the given role, Rana will be responsible for scaling up of the and operations, strengthening and growing the existing segments, partnerships and alliances, identifying, assessing and establishing new sectoral opportunities, and capturing new avenues in product and customer segments.

Prior to this, Rana was heading segments and products, branch and banking at RBL Bank.

"I am thrilled with this association which affords me the very exciting opportunity of using my experience to both challenge the status quo and to solve for the needs of large underserved and unserved segments. I look forward to contributing as a catalyst in bridging the SME segment financing gap in India through collaboration with large businesses, supply chain aggregators, banks and NBFCs," said Vikram Anand, President, Indifi.

"We are excited to have Rana on board to help drive our vision forward. Through his significant experience in leading businesses to capture market niches and deliver market firsts, he has earned a reputation of creating and leading a high performance culture, inspiring people and energizing teams into building profitable and sustainable businesses," added Alok Mittal, CEO and co-founder, Indifi.

Prior to joining Indifi, Rana held a host of leadership positions in ANZ Grindlays Bank, ABN AMRO Bank, the Royal Bank of Scotland and RBL Bank.

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First Published: Tue, August 08 2017. 15:49 IST