Bengaluru-based FinTech firm Wealthy appoints ex-Citibanker Jaya Singh as the Chief of Strategy. With over two decades of experience across product development and sales, Jaya is a known leader in the wealth and asset management industry. She was the Head of Investment Products for Citi Consumer Bank in her last assignment, where she was responsible for product development, fund diligence, client engagement and sales management. This news comes days after the Wealthy team announced their series A financing of $7.5million from marquee investors like Alpha Wave (formerly known as Falcon Edge Capital), Emphasis VC, Venture Highway, Good Capital and others.
As Chief of Strategy at Wealthy.in, Jaya will drive product innovation, partnerships and identify new business opportunities for scale. Wealthy’s platform is helping thousands of wealth professionals focus on clients' interests and deliver quality wealth management. The Company will benefit from the expertise of Singh, who will drive new initiatives to expand the portfolio and incorporate innovative strategies.
"We are delighted to have Jaya who is a well respected wealth management professional on board with us at Wealthy. She will help us improve the client experience, and work on product addition and network expansion," said Prashant Gupta, co-founder of Wealthy.in.
“I have been working with Aditya, Prashant, and the rest of the Wealthy team in the past couple years and I am impressed with their high energy, agility and willingness to experiment. I am delighted to expand my association with this team,” said Jaya Singh.
Wealthy (Wealthy.in) is a Bengaluru-based FinTech firm making Wealth Management more accessible. Founded by two IITians, Aditya Agarwal and Prashant Gupta, the company provides 150+ products, a fair earnings structure, and everything a wealth professional needs to help clients meet their life goals. The company aims to serve 99% of the consumers untouched by institutional wealth management services and change the status quo through its modern approach.