Macquarie Asset Management’s ex VP, Pratik Adatia joins ZipLoan as CFO
ZipLoan, an RBI-registered FinTech leader in India, has announced the appointment of Mr. Pratik Adatia as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Adatia will be a notable addition to the company’s ongoing advancement in the FinTech market. He will be leading the Finance (fund raise, treasury, co-lending and FPA), Legal & Compliance verticals at the organization.
Mr. Adatia brings in over 20 years of experience in the investment management and banking industry; focusing on investments, asset management, investment banking, corporate finance, audit and internal controls. Prior to joining ZipLoan, he served as Vice President at Macquarie Asset Management, a globally leading alternative asset manager, as well as other marquee firms including Macquarie Capital, PwC and Grant Thornton. Mr. Adatia has successfully closed transactions valued at $4 billion in aggregate. An alumnus of IIM Indore, he is a Chartered Accountant and holds an undergraduate degree (B.Com Hons.) from Delhi University.
Kshitij Puri, Co-founder and CEO, ZipLoan said, “We are thrilled to have Pratik join ZipLoan. He complements our strong performance-oriented culture and brings an extensive array of experience in corporate finance and asset management to the organization. We are sure that his association will bring an added impetus to achieve ZipLoan’s vision to be the most preferred in the financial ecosystem.”
Sharing his views on the association, Pratik Adatia, CFO, ZipLoan, said, “ZipLoan has come a long way in the FinTech industry. It has solved for the unmet needs of the MSME sector in India by (i) creating customized products with a customer-first approach, (ii) achieving industry-leading unit economics with the help of tech-driven processes, and (iii) proprietary underwriting using wealth of data and insights in key focus sectors within MSME landscape. I look forward to my role in enabling growth, financial excellence, and making ZipLoan the most preferred fintech for MSMEs.”
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