Arif Khan joins Razorpay as Chief Innovation Officer

0
145
Arif Khan joins Razorpay as Chief Innovation Officer
Arif Khan joins Razorpay as Chief Innovation Officer

Khan, in his new role as the Chief Innovation Officer will lead the Banking, Risk Management, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy teams towards the larger organisational vision of fine-tuning Razorpay’s offerings in the digital payments space

The reappointment of Arif Khan as its Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) was announced on Tuesday by Razorpay, a payments and banking platform for businesses.

Khan served as Chief Digital Officer at NPCI prior to joining Razorpay again.

Khan led several key initiatives and contributed to building holistic business architecture for the company during his first stint at Razorpay from 2017 to 2019.

Khan served as Senior Business Leader at Mastercard prior to Razorpay. Before that he was Senior Vice President at HDFC Bank.

Khan, in his new role as the Chief Innovation Officer will lead the Banking, Risk Management, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy teams towards the larger organisational vision of fine-tuning Razorpay’s offerings in the digital payments space.

Harshil Mathur, Co-Founder and CEO, Razorpay, said, “We are beyond thrilled to have Arif back in the Razorpay family. During his previous stint with us, he played a crucial role in establishing several foundational pillars of our Banking capabilities and nurtured strong relations with various external stakeholders. We are confident that his experience of working with leading financial institutions and especially his ability to influence diverse groups to deliver end-objectives will help Razorpay in furthering its vision of building the financial backbone for small businesses in India.”

“The ecosystem is at its exciting best at the moment and with Arif on board we look forward to creating valuable and differentiated products and experiences for digital businesses and their consumers,” Mathur added.

Arif Khan, Chief Innovation Officer, Razorpay, said, “The financial landscape has seen a monumental change in the last couple of years. Supported by regulations, the Indian digital payments industry is growing tremendously and is set to triple to $10 trillion by 2026. Razorpay has spearheaded several innovations with its cutting-edge solutions and I believe this story of innovation and disruption is going to continue and grow stronger.”

Also readTechnology leaders need to inculcate digital minds within the organization

Do FollowCIO News LinkedIn Account | CIO News Facebook | CIO News Youtube | CIO News Twitter

About us:

CIO News, a proprietary of Mercadeo, produces award-winning content and resources for IT leaders across any industry through print articles and recorded video interviews on topics in the technology sector such as Digital Transformation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Cloud, Robotics, Cyber-security, Data, Analytics, SOC, SASE, among other technology topics