The company is an online platform to connects small businesses with formal lending institutions.
The company said in its statement that “Singh would be responsible for spearheading operations and driving business growth apart from establishing partnerships and alliances, including exploring new sectors for business opportunities.”
“Singh’s domain experience will help create new milestones for the company and fulfill its long-term vision,” Indifi co-founder and chief executive officer Alok Mittal said.
“Looking forward to working with Indifi’s team. The small business segment offers a significant opportunity for expansion of financial services, especially access to credit,” Singh said.
He is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management-Calcutta and the Malviya National Institute of Technology.
Before Freecharge’s CEO, he has also served as the Axis Bank’s executive vice-president and head of its cards and payments business.
Previously, he also served as Axis Bank’s senior vice-president and head of its cards and merchant acquiring the business. He was also associated with Citibank in various roles, including as the SVP and head of its prepaid cards business.