News: Experian India appoints new MD

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Experian India appoints new MD

Neeraj Dhawan brings over 27 years of experience in banking and strong product knowledge.
Experian India appoints new MD

Leading global information services company Experian India, specializing in decisioning, data analytics, has strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of Neeraj Dhawan as its new Managing Director.

Commenting on Neeraj’s appointment, Ben Elliott, CEO Experian Asia Pacific said, “We’re excited to welcome Neeraj to Experian. Neeraj brings decades of banking experience and strong product knowledge, and as a former Experian client, he is well versed in Experian’s unique offerings and how we are positioned to win in India. As a people leader, Neeraj is passionate about creating a strong cohesive team to build a stronger business. We are confident that Experian India will benefit under his leadership. His vast experience and expertise will help the company scale to greater heights.

In a career spanning over 27 years with multinationals and large corporations, Neeraj possesses senior leadership experience in technology, designing and executing business strategies, risk management, and debt management to name a few. He was most recently Chief Credit Officer at CSB Bank, focusing on Retail, SME, and analytics. His past stints include working with renowned companies such as GE Capital, ABN Amro Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Yes Bank among others. 

Neeraj has managed large portfolios along with teams of over 3,500 people and is highly experienced in taking on transformation projects, leading teams to create next-generation end-to-end digitalized processes in credit underwriting. His passion for digitization and Business Process Re-engineering is what will add immense value to Experian.

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