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Home Credit Group announces new India CEO

ANI  |  Gurugram (Haryana) [India] 

will be at the helm of the leadership team driving the fast growing company's operations in India, and will report to David Minol, Regional Director.

A visionary leader, moves to Home Credit - from - where he successfully re-shaped the model to make it one of the most profitable, fastest growing in the country's He takes over from who shaped Home Credit's journey in the Indian market through its investment phase since its foundation in September 2013 to serve more than 6 million customers as of today.

"I am pleased to welcome Ondrej's move to his new position in his continuing successful career in Home Credit has shown great skill as a in several countries already, and I am eager to see the new heights that he will take our Indian country operations to. Let me also take this opportunity to thank for his long years at the helm of Home Credit and currently in India," said CEO

"In India, Pavel led our operations through an impressive build-up from an into the most-recognized company, whose market leadership in loans under Rs 10,000 is indisputable. The pace of growth within a tough, long-existing and well-established sector has been unparalleled. I wish Pavel all the best on a well-deserved sabbatical, and we look forward to welcoming him back in the future," he added.

Kubik, the newly-elected CEO, said, "It gives me immense pleasure to get this opportunity to oversee the next phase of growth of Home Credit in It has been our endeavor at Home Credit to help customers realise their dreams by making things that matter the most to them more affordable through simple, It will be my endeavor to build a lender of choice promoting safe lending solutions for customers in India."

Ondrej has been with the since February 2008. His career spans from accounting and financial consultancy to top positions across Home Credit's countries. Prior to being promoted to in (a role he had held since September 2014), Ondrej was in two of the Group's countries - in Kazakhstan (2010 - 2012) and later in (2012 - 2014). In Belarus, Ondrej also served as for a period of time.

Ondrej holds a degree from the School and graduated from the in Prague with a Masters' degree in and commercial law. He has been an ACCA Member since 2002 and a since 2006.

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First Published: Tue, August 07 2018. 18:06 IST