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NEW DELHI: Merchant payment network BharatPe has appointed Suhail Sameer as the group president. Sameer along with CEO & Co-Founder Ashneer Grover will have overall responsibility for building the organization, merchant network, business, and revenue.
An IIM Lucknow and DCE alumnus, Sameer is the first Group President at BharatPe. He has extensive experience of working with companies from the Consumer (FMCG, retail) and consumer technology sectors, and with Institutional investors.
Sameer worked with the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group and there he launched and scaled the multi-brand FMCG business for the Group. He also set-up and led their consumer VC fund, RPSG Ventures. Additionally, he drove growth and portfolio decisions across many group companies. In the early days of his career, Sameer led McKinsey’s clean-tech practise for South Asia and the Power practice for India.
Speaking about the new opportunity, “Suhail Sameer, group president, BharatPe, said, “There is hardly another startup better positioned to solve merchant’s capital and payment requirements in the country than BharatPe. I have been in touch with Ashneer and the team for over a year now, and I have immense conviction in the mission of the company. BharatPe has emerged even stronger from the current COVID scenario, doubling its market share, which is truly remarkable.”

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