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Freecharge appoints Airtel Money’s Anshul Kheterpal as CFO

  • Online payments
    company Freecharge has appointed former Airtel Money executive Anshul Kheterpal
    as the chief financial officer, the
    Times
    of India
    reported.   
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  • In his new role, he
    will help craft strategies for the payments business at Freecharge and Snapdeal,

    • Online payments
      company Freecharge has appointed former Airtel Money executive Anshul Kheterpal
      as the chief financial officer, the
      Times
      of India
      reported.   
    •  
    • In his new role, he
      will help craft strategies for the payments business at Freecharge and Snapdeal,
      and closely work with the senior leadership teams to strengthen the digital
      payments business, the company said.
    •  
    • Prior to his
      appointment at Freecharge, Kheterpal was CFO and Principal Officer for Airtel
      Money. He was also until recently part of the steering committee of the BBPS
      and represented Airtel Money in the executive council of PCI – Payments Council
      of India.
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    • Kunal Shah, CEO and
      co-founder, FreeCharge said, “With Freecharge’s aim to be the digital OS
      for the payments business in India,
      Anshul joining us will further strengthen our senior leadership team. With his
      years of experience in managing the complex business of payments coupled with
      his rich industry knowledge he will help build the most innovative digital
      payments platform for our customers.”
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    • Freecharge Wallet has
      over 10 million users and aims to reach 35 million wallets by March 2016.
    •  
    • “I am excited to
      join Freecharge at a time when the payments industry is abuzz with new ways of
      creating digital transaction processes for customers. The excitement and
      commitment at Freecharge to create industry leading products is almost
      infectious and I am looking forward to working with the team here to grow the
      digital payments business,” Kheterpal said.
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