Dilip Modi, Founder, Spice Money said with the appointment, “Sanjeev has helped to build a culture of growth and success within Spice Money which has given the team the power to establish with love and determination every day. and financially, Sanjeev will bring a deeper focus on achieving this and the development of strategies and practices that help us expand our businesses in many ways. May Sanjeev Kumar has continuous success in his path and achieves greater heights.”
With his appointment, chief executive officer Sanjeev Kumar, Spice Money, said, “I am delighted and excited to have this opportunity to lead Spice Money at this crucial time. We are already one of the leading fintech players in rural India, and my goal is to make Spice Money the most respected rural fintech in the country.
The last year has been a challenging one, but it has been rewarding to grow from strength to strength due to solid strategies, market strength, high technology, and organizational culture. The team’s support and dedication have given me the confidence to carry this new role’s responsibilities. I look forward to building a good foundation and business growth.”
Sanjeev Kumar is a thriving industry leader with close to 20 years of extensive experience in the Banking, Payment, and Insurance sectors. With the growing portfolio of Yes Bank leading, Max New York Life Insurance, Bajaj Allianz, and Infosys Technologies and already taking Spice Money away from the epidemic, it would be exciting to see the new ideas it will bring to its new role and drive the company’s expansion into new markets.
In January, Ajay Singh, the founder of SpiceJet, who sold his stake to the airline in 2010, re-entered SpiceJet by purchasing a control post in Maran. On Friday, Vistara, a state-owned airline operated by Tata Sia Airlines Ltd, said Kapoor would join the airline as its chief strategist and chief marketing officer in February 2016.