Recently, fintech company LendArch hired former head of TCS’s mortgage division, Karthik Kumar, as the new head of the division. This decision represents a strengthening of LendArch’s mortgage business and is expected to help position the company in the marketplace.
Kumar brings more than 15 years of experience in the mortgage industry and has extensive knowledge in risk management, process optimization and technology. In his previous position at TCS, he was able to establish the company as a leader in the mortgage market and successfully grow the business.
LendArch is a fast-growing fintech company that uses innovative technologies to simplify the process of loan origination. Kumar’s hire as head of mortgages is expected to further the company’s growth strategy and cement its position as a leading mortgage provider.
Former leader of TCS’s mortgage division joins LendArch
Karthik Kumar, a seasoned mortgage expert, joins innovative FinTech startup LendArch. Kumar is well known as the former head of the mortgage division at TCS, one of the largest IT services companies in India.
Kumar will serve as LendArch’s head of mortgage and drive the company’s rapid growth. With his extensive knowledge and experience in the mortgage industry, Kumar is the perfect addition to the LendArch team.
LendArch is an emerging company that specializes in innovative mortgage solutions and focuses on customer satisfaction through its digital platform. Karthik Kumar will drive LendArch’s growth through his strategic decisions in the mortgage division.
- Under Kumar’s leadership, LendArch will continue to develop innovative solutions and increase customer satisfaction.
- LendArch’s growth due to its extensive mortgage offerings will continue to increase.
- Kumar and his team will work closely with LendArch executives and staff to ensure mortgage applications are completed quickly and efficiently.
- With Kumar’s technical expertise, LendArch will be a leader in the FinTech industry.
The hiring of Karthik Kumar as head of LendArch’s mortgage division will positively impact both the company and its customers in the long run.