Bangalore: Leading financial and IT executives Nachiket Mor and Kiran Karnik have been appointed to the newly established India Advisory Board — Intuit Inc., to guide it on creating tailor made solutions to address important unsolved problems for consumers and small businesses in the country.
The overall intent was to provide these underserved markets with a suite of connected services to help revotionalise millions of lives in the country, Intuit said in a statement.
Commenting on these appointments, managing director of Intuit India and emerging markets-global business division, Umang Bedi said: “We are honoured to have such dignitaries guiding our endavours. Their expertise and experience will help us delve into the psyche of the Indian consumers and small businesses. Their valuable inputs and foresight will help us reach out to greater India, with a razor sharp focus.”
Mor, a financial services expert, was the head of the ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth and a former deputy managing director of ICICI Bank.
He was involved in India’s rural and micro banking initiatives and has in-depth knowledge on banking and financial management in the country.
Karnik was president of Nasscom.