One of India’s fastest growing non-banking financial company Home Credit India Finance Pvt. Ltd., has appointed Sandip Mallik as the new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Sandip will be responsible for talent acquisition and retention, organizational change management, employer branding, hiring, learning & development, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, and rewards framework across the organization.
Sandip brings nearly three decades of varied and multi-cultural work experience across India, South East Asia, and Europe in sectors such as life insurance, manufacturing, energy, and diversified conglomerates. In his last stint prior to joining Home Credit, Sandip was an entrepreneur and founded a boutique alternate asset management firm specializing in fine art investment. Earlier, he held diverse portfolios that included senior leadership roles in leading multinational firms like Aviva, Emerson, GE and Indian companies. From introducing strength based recruitment practices to implementing organization development and learning programmes across several Asian markets, Sandip’s experience has been quite diverse.
Sandip takes over from Jindra Hachova who completed a successful three-year assignment in May 2018.
Welcoming Sandip on board, Pavel Maco, CEO, Home Credit India, said, “With scale and size of our business in India growing significantly, strategic talent management will play an important role in building organizational agility. Sandip brings a unique combination of cross-sectoral expertise and well-honed strategic and business capabilities that will be an asset to our overall HR strategy. I wish him all the success in his efforts to make Home Credit India a profitable customer-centric organization, and an employer of choice in the financial services industry.”
Sandip Mallik, CHRO, Home Credit India, said, “I’m really excited to be part of the Home Credit India family. I look forward to working with the senior management team and other stakeholders to attract, develop, and retain a talented diverse workforce that will continue to drive the company’s priorities forward.”
Since its launch in India in 2012, Home Credit India has been consistently expanding operations with a customer base of over 6 million as of date. The company had a customer base of nearly 2 million in 2016, driven by pan-India expansion across major markets, a range of diversified and innovative products backed by superior customer experience. In 2017 alone Home Credit added another 3.5 million customers, further consolidating its position as a leading consumer finance provider