Revfin Services today appointed Nitin Kant as its National Head of Distribution, and Monika Saxena as its new Chief Strategy Officer.
While Nitin brings two decades of experience ranging from industries namely Two Wheelers, Consumer Durables, Personal Loans, Business Loans and Healthcare; Monika has an experience in managing, training and consulting a organization before joining Revfin.
Prior to joining Revfin, Kant held several leadership roles across organisations like Citigroup, Standard Chartered, Barclays and Home Credit. In his previous role, he served as the Chief Business Officer for Aiqahealth, delivering last mile primary healthcare services to people across India. In his current stint, Kant will be responsible for expanding Revfin’s footprints across the EV financing space in the country and augmenting the company’s product portfolio.
Monika Saxena was earlier associated with several organisations such as NIIT, American Express and Samsung. Her expansive experience of over 20 years in diverse organizations including startups present her with the necessary skills and momentum to chart and drive the overarching business and people strategy for Revfin.
Sharing his views on the appointment, Sameer Aggarwal, CEO & Founder, Revfin, said, “We are pleased to welcome the feisty and enterprising duo of Nitin and Monika into our midst. We are confident of their leadership mettle and their ability to deliver fast-paced results. Both Nitin and Monika have held several leadership positions and have been successful entrepreneurs. I am confident that they will prove to be a significant asset to our company”
Monika Saxena, the Chief Strategy Officer at Revfin, said, “Becoming a part of the Revfin family is very exciting and I look forward to working with the team to inspire an EV revolution in the country and helping Revfin retain the undisputed Leadership position in the Digital lending space.”
Nitin Kant, National Head of Distribution at Revfin, said, “India is witnessing an exponential growth in the electric mobility space. While the market is still in its infancy, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 90% from 2021-2030; thereby creating big opportunities in the financing space as well. I’m excited to join Revfin and contribute towards increasing the organisation’s footprint in the country.”