Indifi makes key appointment in its Board of Directors

Fintech firm says by appointing Maninder Singh Juneja in its Board of Directors, it will leverage the former banker’s 25+ years of domain experience to ensure augmented growth strategy direction.

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Juneja is currently the MD of True North Managers LLP (fka India Value Fund Advisors).
New Delhi: Indifi Technologies, a lending platform for SMEs, has appointed Maninder Singh Juneja in its Board of Directors.

An experienced managing director with a demonstrated history of working in the banking and finance domain, Juneja has been actively involved in determining the overall growth strategies and other broader goals of the firm as its Strategic Advisor since 2017.

He is currently the MD of True North Managers LLP (fka India Value Fund Advisors). Prior to this, Juneja worked at ICICI Bank for 15+ years, handling various responsibilities across roles including that of Retail Assets Head, Retail Risk Manager, and Retail Business Head.

Elaborating on his role with Indifi as an independent director, Maninder Singh Juneja, said, in a statement, “In the last two years of my association with Indifi, it is really heartening to see how the company has grown to be one of the most preferred digital lenders for SMEs all across the country. While developments are being made in addressing the financial gap for this ecosystem, going beyond the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to truly verticalize and create loan products accordingly will help reach out and extend support to these businesses better.”

Commenting on this decision, Alok Mittal, CEO and Co-founder, Indifi said, “As we embark on our next phase of growth and expansion at Indifi, we believe that having an experienced industry insider like Maninder in the Board of Directors will prove to be highly fruitful.”
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