Lendingkart strengthens leadership team with three new hires

Lendingkart strengthens leadership team with three new hires
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26 Aug, 2019

Ahmedabad-based online lending platform Lendingkart Technologies has appointed three senior executives, an official statement said.

The startup appointed Sudeep Bhatia as group chief financial officer, Bratindra Sanyal as senior vice president of the human resource (HR) division and Deepesh Goel as the vice president of new initiatives and strategy, the statement added.

Bhatia has over 20 years of experience in business development and strategy, corporate finance, investor relations, financial control, taxation and regulatory matters. 

“Lendingkart is a great brand and has played a critical role in supporting business growth through equity and debt fundraising. In my new role, I look forward to driving growth opportunities and broad-based investor relations through operational excellence as well as heightened visibility in the capital markets,” Bhatia said.

Sanyal has over 15 years of experience in the HR division and has led HR function across industries and geographies such as India, China, Philippines, Europe and America. Prior to Lendingkart, he worked with Tata-AIG Life Insurance, Genpact, HSBC and JP Morgan Chase & Co. 

Goel was a member of the founding team of CoinTribe Technologies before joining Lendingkart. He has over 11 years of experience in financial services and has worked with consultants including EY and Deloitte on multiple local and international assignments, focusing on digital transformation, new market entry, new product development, business process engineering and developing thought leadership.

“We are delighted to have Sudeep Bhatia, Bratindra Sanyal and Deepesh Goel on board and are confident that they will play a pivotal role in writing the next chapter of our ambitious journey,” said Paroma Chatterjee, chief business officer, Lendingkart. 

In January, two executives had quit Lendingkart to set up a new venture in the consumer lending space.