Mr. Sudesh Shetty and Mr. Anil Sinha honored at the 2022 NBFC & FinTech Excellence Awards



Pune, Maharashtra, India:

  • Mr. Anil Sinha was awarded as CIO/CTO of the Year – Loan Finance Company
  • Mr. Sudesh Shetty Named CMO of the Year – Consumer Loan Finance Company



EarlySalary Members Anil Sinha and Sudesh Shetty were announced as the winners of the 2022 NBFC & FinTech Excellence Awards by Jury Members on 4and March 2022 in Mumbai. In the event, Anil Sinha won the CIO/CTO of the Year award in the Lending Finance Company category, while Sudesh Shetty was honored as CMO of the Year in the Consumer Loan Finance Company category.

Anil Sinha has knowledge in the field of technology. Anil Sinha has extensive experience in banking technology. It helped bring operational efficiency to the organization and brought more real-time experience to users through automation and AI. Sudesh Shetty is adept at designing and implementing strategies that drive brand awareness, profitability and growth.

The event focused on how the sector has focused on innovation and the digital transformation of the BFSI sector. EarlySalary is one of India’s leading consumer lending apps focused on young professionals, a customer segment underserved by traditional lenders. Their mission is to create a financial ecosystem that helps middle-income groups achieve their aspirations.

Being one of the panelists at the celebration of the event, Mr. Anil Sinha, EarlySalary CTO said, I am humble and honored receive the CTO of the year award in the category Loan finance company. At EarlySalary, we have created AI/ML credit risk analysis systems to enable faster processing times and keep consumers as the first priority. EarlySalary strives to provide a real-time solution to our customers, whenever they need it. »

Mr. Sudesh Shetty, Founding Member and Marketing Manager of EarlySalary, said, “I am honored with be named CMO of the year and I am grateful to the jury for understanding our smart concept and innovative solutions. EarlySalary is a platform that makes digital credit accessible to everyone. It is an innovative digital solution that provides an instant decision-making system and borrow funds in seconds, in addition to reasonable interest rates, instant processing and repayment options flexible. We can happily say that EarlySalary tops the list of FinTech companies.

About the NBFC and FinTech Awards of Excellence

Quantic India had organized its first edition of the NBFC & FinTech Excellence Awards on the 4and March 2022. The event provided an opportunity to discuss CXO perspectives on digital transformation, new areas of digital customer experience, and the role of technology leaders in changing the next phase of growth for NBFCs and FinTechs.

The physical awards ceremony included the presentation of NBFC and FinTech Excellence Awards to leading companies in the industry in various categories. It also brought all stakeholders together under one roof and enabled companies and industry leaders to showcase new technologies and solutions to investors and policymakers that are driving the growth of India’s financial sector amid the pandemic.

About EarlySalary

EarlySalary is one of the leading consumer lending apps in India, focused on young, ambitious and tech-savvy Indian consumers. It is a financial ecosystem that enables the middle income group to improve their lifestyle. It has launched a host of financial products, instant short-term cash loans, long-term personal loans, Buy Now Pay Later plans and the SalaryCard. It offers a 100% digital loan application process that only takes seconds. The company has already disbursed nearly 2.4 million loans worth Rs. 5,400 crores.

 

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