TIFIN has appointed Natashaa Bhalla as its vice president (VP) of human resource in line with the fintech startup’s vision to strengthen its human capital in India.
In her new role, Bhalla would be looking after all things under the ambit of HR and people operations at TIFIN India.
She brings with her 14 years of experience in people management, change management, talent attraction and HR operations across geographies. In her previous stints, she has worked at Intellect Design Arena, Housing.com and Goldman Sachs.
“We are delighted to have Natashaa join us as VP, human resource. Her expansive experience in people management, talent attraction and HR operations spread across 14 years will play a crucial role in building and strengthening the TIFIN team in India," said Uttung Malkan, country manager TIFIN India.
“The retail investment landscape has evolved tremendously over the last decade and I am super excited to join the TIFIN mission of democratising financial wellness for all. I look forward to contributing towards building world-class global innovation out of India and bolstering the incredible launchpad TIFIN India is for local talent”, added Bhalla.
Bhalla’s appointment is a part of the company’s overarching goal of building world-class fintech innovation out of India. As a continuation of this endeavor, they are hiring for multiple roles across teams, as TIFIN focuses on growth and innovation in the country. TIFIN’s India team currently stands at 120 and is looking to expand their investments, data science, HR, Web3 and other key engineering teams in FY’23.
TIFIN operates two major divisions — an investment marketplace for consumers called Magnifi, and a B2B arm TIFIN Wealth, that works with wealth advisors and enterprises that provide financial services to individual investors. Within its divisions, it operates a suite of services, some of which are homegrown and some of which came to the platform through acquisitions.
The startup recently announced its valuation at $842 million in a new $109 million Series-D round. The startup’s investor line-up boasts of financial giants including JP Morgan, Franklin Templeton, Hamilton Lane, Morningstar, Broadridge and Motive Partners.