Kinara Capital to hire 700 by November 2022

The fintech firm will hire for multiple roles for its 125 branches across 90+ cities

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Indian fintech company, Kinara Capital, is gearing to expand its workforce by about 700. It will hire talent for multiple roles in its 125 branches, spread across 90+ cities.

Openings exist at all levels, for freshers as well as experienced professionals, and will be filled by November 2022.

Talent is being sought for positions in sales, collections, operations, credit risk, and internal quality audit (IQA).

There are opportunities available at its Bengaluru head office too, in the areas of human resources, information technology (IT), data science, engineering, data platform, business operations, finance & accounting, marketing, products & strategy and more.

Interestingly, Kinara Capital is amongst the few organisations where women form a majority of the management team. There is gender inclusivity in every department, thanks to the Company’s progressive inclusive culture. The Company currently has differently-abled employees and members of the LGBTQ+ community in its team as well.

Kinara, which primarily serves MSMEs, also offers LEAP, a high-skill training programme for freshers to help jumpstart their careers. The paid, six-month long intense training programme includes rigorous classroom learning followed by hands-on field training. In the last one year, it has already trained over a 100 freshers for the corporate world.

Some of those trained here have gone on to be great problem solvers and taken on the role of hub manager.

Upholding Kinara’s commitment to providing quality customer service to underserved entrepreneurs, Hardika Shah, founder and CEO, Kinara Capital, said, “We are growing our team to support even more MSMEs, especially as we continue to expand in Tier 2 and Tier 3 geographies. Our national hiring drive is with the intent to seek out professionals who wish to lead a purpose-driven life and make an impact on others by furthering our mission of financial inclusion.”

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