Saurabh will focus on strengthening Syfe’s employer brand externally, while enhancing the company’s HR policies to attract the best candidates, and improving the candidate experience.
Digital investment platform Syfe has appointed Saurabh Seth as its Head of Talent Acquisition, effective June 2022.
Based in India, Saurabh will be in-charge of an 80-member team to build a full-suite wealth management and online brokerage offering as Syfe continues to strengthen its team in the country, as well as the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. At the moment, Saurabh will focus on strengthening Syfe’s employer brand externally, while enhancing the company’s HR policies to attract the best candidates, and improving the candidate experience during the hiring process.
"I am excited to join Syfe’s truly diverse team of over 170 employees from 17 different nationalities working across our offices in India, Singapore, and Hong Kong. I look forward to expanding our tech team at a faster pace to strengthen our capability as a key center of excellence in building cutting-edge products," said Saurabh.
Prior to this appointment, Saurabh was the Associate Vice President at Careernet Consulting where he supported in finding tech talent for international companies such as Uber, Amazon, and Yahoo. Prior to that, he spearheaded the creation of HR solutions for several high-growth startups across India and Asia-Pacific.
As a whole, Saurabh brings more than 15 years of experience in technical recruiting which Syfe believes will help grow its tech team, and its capabilities to support the business as it expands to new markets.
"Our tech team is responsible for building the world-class products used by investors across Asia. Saurabh’s rich experience in technical recruiting will help in building a strong talent pipeline, as we gear up to expand our footprint in more geographies," said Snehal Samant, VP, Product, Syfe.
Separately, Syfe revealed in a statement that employees in India have several benefits such as unlimited leave policy, flexible working hours, annual learning allowance (aimed at helping employees upskill), and an annual recreational allowance (aimed at employee holistic wellness).
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