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Naveen Kukreja

CEO & Co-founder,; Group CMO,

Naveen Kukreja runs, India’s fastest growing Lending and Investment products marketplace, as its CEO & Co-founder.  Apart from this, he is responsible for leading the overall brand & marketing efforts at group.

He has over 15 years of  experience in the financial services sector, having worked with Capital One Bank in the UK and Citibank in India and most recently, as the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at Aviva Life Insurance. His instrumental formulation of strategies, strong financial acumen and expertise in analytics has won him applauds across many industries over the years.

Naveen has been recently conferred with the prestigious “Digital Marketer of the Year” award at IAMAI’s Digital Marketer Awards 2016. He is also the recipient of DMAi”s “Marketer of the Year” award (2016); as well as ‘Marketing Professional of the Year’ award at the prestigious CMO Asia Summit 2015.

Naveen has studied engineering from Delhi College of Engineering and also holds a Post Graduate Diploma from IIM Calcutta.

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This year's Budget should introduce some changes in present tax exemptions and deductions to boost the domestic savings rate and encourage people to buy more long-term investment and insurance products. While the increased household savings rate and retail investment will help in boosting the financial well-being of individuals, increased investment by individuals will also help the government and private sector to finance their capital expenditure and cope with FII outflows.
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Announcing its fourth repo rate cut in 2015, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) lowered the benchmark repo rate by 50 basis points to 6.75% on 29 September. RBI's latest move comes as a positive surprise as a majority of the banks were only expecting a cut of 25 basis points. Here's how the latest rate cut can impact your personal finances - it's mostly good news!
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