PremFina Names Nij Saha as Chief Technology Officer

Premium finance company PremFina Ltd, which recently announced the successful integration of its IT system with Open GI, has a new Chief Technology Officer.

Bringing over 17 years of global experience to the role is Nij Saha, who spent time at the likes of Fiserv, Fidelity National Information Systems, SunGard Data Systems, and White Clarke Group. PremFina said the latest addition to its C-Suite is well versed across the tech stack in a variety of programming languages, databases, operating systems, and cloud infrastructure.

“I am delighted to join PremFina at a time of tremendous growth,” commented Saha. “PremFina is a perfect mix of insurtech and fintech and is ‘Uberising’ this industry. Its bold vision aligns perfectly to mine, and I’m looking forward to driving the technology and business to the next level.”

The CTO, who also served as an Army Officer in the British Army for seven years, will guide PremFina’s strategy as well as the continued automation of existing processes to advance its financing offering. Saha will be in charge of incorporating innovative technologies and overseeing the current cloud-based Software-as-a-Service platform.

“Nij joining us as at this time of our company’s growth marks an exciting time at PremFina,” noted chief executive Bundeep Singh Rangar. “With Nij at the helm of our growing IT team, I am confident we will be able to further progress our scaling ambitions in the UK and abroad.

“With his skillset and drive, we will be able to achieve an even higher level of service excellence.”

Read the original publication on Insurance Business UK

Nij Saha has also already been featured in Business Cloud

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