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Zeta appoints Visa's top executive as president of its banking business

“Zeta’s platform will enable banks and fintechs to create and launch digital-first financial products with support for mobile payments, various payment networks, NCMC (national common mobility card) and much more,” said Nair.

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Updated: Dec 05, 2019, 09.40 AM IST
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Zeta offers digital and payments products to enable banks and fintech companies launch corporate and retail products.
BENGALURU: Bengaluru-based fintech startup Zeta has appointed Murali Nair as the president of its banking business. He will help the company move into the neo-banking segment from the corporate benefits business, with which it had started operations.

Nair has more than 26 years of experience in payments and digital products business across India, West Asia and Africa. He was heading client relationship management for India at United States-headquartered payments company Visa. Before that, he worked for Mastercard as its senior vice president and was the chief executive at loyalty marketing firm Pinpoint India.

“Zeta’s platform will enable banks and fintechs to create and launch digital-first financial products with support for mobile payments, various payment networks, NCMC (national common mobility card) and much more,” said Nair.

Zeta offers digital and payments products to enable banks and fintech companies launch corporate and retail products.

“Murali will be instrumental in our goal to establish Zeta as the de facto platform for the banking and fintech sector in India, providing new age customer experiences for debit cards, credit cards, current accounts and more,” said Zeta’s CEO Bhavin Turakhia.

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