The appointment is part of Syfe’s plans to grow its team in India as the company expands across the region in 2022.
Digital investment platform Syfe has announced the appointment of Saurabh Seth as its new Head of Talent Acquisition in India. The latest appointment is part of Syfe's plan to expand its team in India and the company targets accelerated growth across the South Asia region in 2022.
In his new role, Saurabh would be headlining further growth of the company's tech team while focusing on strengthening Syfe’s employer brand externally. He would also be working on enhancing the company’s HR policies to attract the best candidates and improving the candidate experience.
Snehal Samant, VP, Product, Syfe said, “Talent is at the heart of our company’s growth story and we believe in the power of each and every employee at Syfe to build our mission of democratising finance into reality. Our tech team is responsible for building the world-class products used by investors across Asia. Saurabh’s rich experience in technical recruiting will help in building a strong talent pipeline, as we gear up to expand our footprint in more geographies."
With over 15 years of experience in technical recruiting, Saurabh Seth is an industry veteran who has supported companies like Uber, Amazon, Walmart Labs, Flipkart, Ola, Myntra, Swiggy and Yahoo in finding tech talents. Prior to Syfe, he was the Associate Vice President at Careernet Consulting where he spearheaded the creation of HR solutions for several high-growth startups across India and Asia-Pacific.
Saurabh Seth, Head of Talent Acquisition, Syfe, said, “I am excited to join Syfe’s truly diverse team of over 170 employees from 17 different nationalities working across our offices in India, Singapore and Hong Kong. I look forward to expanding our tech team at a faster pace to strengthen our capability as a key center of excellence in building cutting-edge products.”
The Singapore headquartered company has a 80-member team working in India as they look to expand further in 2022. Syfe has raised USD$52 million to date, including $30 million in its recent Series B funding round led by Peter Thiel-backed Valar Ventures.