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CredAble Strengthens Leadership Team to Hit a Billion Dollars in Transactions in the Next 12 Months

by businesswireindia.com

Business Wire India

CredAble, a leading fintech provider of Supply chain financing, today announced the appointment of two senior industry professionals to be a part of their leadership team. Kapil Zaveri will be Managing Director of the Receivables Platform, and Mahindra Malladi the Business Head of People Logistics Financing. This development is to help the company achieve their vision of enabling over INR 500 crores a month in supply chain financing transactions on the platform over the next 12 months.
CredAble was founded by Nirav Choksi and Ram Kewalramani in 2017, and recently received funding of INR 100 crores from Alpha Capital. CredAble was chosen as one of the winners at the Maharashtra Start-up Week and selected as a high potential start-up to be a part of the Oracle Start-up Accelerator Programme.
Kapil Zaveri as the Managing Director of the Receivables Platform will drive value creation efforts for stakeholders on CredAble’s post-invoice Receivables exchange platform. Prior to joining CredAble, he spent nearly 20 years in financial services, investment banking, principal investments (PE and corporate) and P&L management roles with global organizations including Brown Brothers, Citigroup, Bank of America, Istithmar Capital and GEMS Education. Kapil holds an MBA degree from Kellogg School of Management and a B.A from Clark University with economics specialization at LSE. His professional experience spans the U.S, Middle East, India and S.E Asia.
Talking about his new role Kapil elaborated, “CredAble is a startup that has already made waves in the Supply chain space, thanks to the foresight and vision of the leadership team, and I am extremely excited to be a part of this company. Our aim is to enable over a billion dollars of supply chain transactions in the next 12 months and we are confident that we will comfortably achieve this target with the support of our talented team.”
Mahindra Malladi comes on board as the Business Head of Logistics Financing with over 24 years of work experience across industries such as automation, telecom and logistics. He specializes in Sales and Business operations and has been associated with large organizations like Mahindra Logistics, Xerox India, Modi Xerox and Reliance Infocomm. Mahindra will help grow the Just-in-time financing practice for CredAble especially to the logistics sector.
Mahindra added, “CredAble’s pioneering efforts in the Supply Chain industry are known to everyone and I am very proud to be associated with the company. Supply chain financing is essential for businesses to thrive and we are determined to make it more accessible to vendors around the country. We have some big plans in place and I look forward to being a part of this fantastic journey.”
Nirav Choksi, Co-founder and CEO of CredAble said, “Both Kapil and Mahindra are excellent additions to the CredAble team and they bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience. Our team is the company’s biggest asset and we now have two more brilliant individuals on board, who have worked with some of the biggest brands in the world. I look forward to working closely with them on our journey to become one of the country’s most valued Fintech companies.”
CredAble is a trusted partner to many large companies in the country and helps to enhance Supply Chain partnerships and create procurement savings through innovative Vendor and Dealer Financing. Over 100000 transactions valued at over INR 200 crores have been funded on CredAble’s platform. They are constantly working towards re-inventing the supply chain finance industry and effectively triple the available working capital in India. Source: Businesswire