Razorpay Sets up Advisory Board Chaired by Former Deputy Governor

Razorpay Sets up Advisory Board Chaired by Former Deputy Governor

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Indian payment gateway provider Razorpay has formed an advisory board led by Reserve Bank of India’s former Deputy Governor N. S. Vishwanathan as its Chairperson.

Other members of the board include Chairman of HDB Financial Services Arijit Basu, retired IAS officer and former Secretary at the Ministries of Steel, IT & Telecom Aruna Sundararajan, retired IAS officer and former Secretary at the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship K. P. Krishnan.

The board will advise on accelerating product innovation and building the best-in-class practices for regulatory and compliance management processes.

Additionally, the board will also work with various stakeholders to enhance risk monitoring and cybercrime prevention as well as build new processes around digital information security.

Harshil Mathur

Harshil Mathur

Harshil Mathur, CEO & Co-Founder at Razorpay said,

“There is a tremendous opportunity to learn from each of these industry veterans.

We believe that with their strategic inputs, knowledge and guidance along with our commitment to innovation, customer-centricity and good governance, Razorpay is sure to build best practices in the fintech industry that will aid us in sound decision making,”

N. S. Vishwanathan

N. S. Vishwanathan

On joining the Advisory Board as a Chairperson, N. S. Vishwanathan, Former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said,

“ Joining the Advisory board of an industry leader such as Razorpay provides an opportunity to bring my experience and expertise in governance to help shape the company’s future plans.

I look forward to working with my colleagues in the advisory board and together providing to the Razorpay leadership team the required guidance and expertise in helping the company adopt best-in-class governance and compliance practices in its business operations.”

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