Deepa Vegesina appointed as Chief Digital Officer of Revfin

Deepa will oversee and strategies Revfin’s growing digital product portfolio, define product roadmaps, operations and B2B management.

Bengaluru, February 01, 2023: Revfin, an advanced digital lending platform underwriting financially excluded and underserved segments, announced the onboarding of product management veteran Deepa Vegesina as its Chief Digital Officer. In this role, she will oversee Revfin’s digital business including digital product and operations, diversify and scale digital offerings, user experience and B2B management. With a comprehensive perspective of the overall product strategy, Deepa will provide crucial vision to Revfin’s product teams across the organization.

Deepa brings an extensive 16 years+ of experience spanning across process improvements, omnichannel management, customer engagement, B2B2C integrations, B2B portal creation and operations, IoT solutions, GTM and geo-strategy across European and Asian markets. Over the years, she has held several roles across organizations like Infosys (Airbus), Toyota Motor Europe, Amadeus and Bekaert.

On the appointment, Sameer Aggarwal, CEO and founder, RevFin, said, “Digital is a growth driver for Revfin and we are indeed excited to have Deepa with us as she is well positioned to take our digital vision forward and expedite our growth across new products and geographies. Her vast and diversified experience in transforming businesses combined with her passion for sustainability will help her in further strengthening our undisputed digital edge”

“I am thrilled to join Revfin as it provides me with a unique opportunity to work in the sustainability space, serving the financially excluded customer segment using digital channels. I could not have asked for a better combination of everything I love to work with” said Deepa Vegesina.

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