Two senior executives have exited Paytm, said two people aware of the matter, joining several other top management personnel who have left the digital payments firm in the past two years.
The latest departures come ahead of an expected filing of a draft prospectus next week by Paytm for a domestic public listing.
Amit Nayyar, president at Paytm, who was heading the financial services division at the Noida-based startup, resigned last month, the people cited above said, requesting anonymity.
Nayyar joined Paytm in August 2019 and has been overseeing the lending, insurance distribution, wealth management and stock broking business. Nayyar was hired from client advisory firm, Arpwood Capital, where he was the managing director and led the mergers and acquisitions practice.
Paytm’s board has accepted Nayyar’s resignation, said the second person cited above.
Last month, chief human resources officer Rohit Thakur also exited the company, after an 18-month stint.
Nayyar and Thakur aren’t the only executives who have exited Paytm this year. In February, Jaskaran Singh Kapany, Paytm’s head of marketing left the company after a nearly six-year stint, and joined Xiaomi India as its chief marketing officer. Currently, Abhinav Kumar, vice president of marketing at Paytm, is heading the marketing function.
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