India’s leader in MSME lending, Aye Finance has been ranked amongst the top 100 Best Places to Work, by Great Place to Work Institute, a globally recognised authority in creating, assessing, and identifying the best workplaces, across the globe.
Every year, more than 10,000 organizations from over 58 countries partner with Great Place to Work Institute for assessment of their workplace culture. Aye Finance has secured the 53rd position (across all industries) in the top 100 Best Places to Work for in India. Aye has also been ranked amongst the best workplaces in the NBFC segment and is part of the top 20 best workplaces in the BFSI industry. This ranking has been secured after a detailed study which is conducted in two parts – employee survey and people practices assessment. Aye Finance excelled on the 5 dimensions essential for building a ‘high-trust, high-performance’ culture, i.e. Fairness, Respect, Credibility, Pride and Camaraderie.
Commenting on the significant milestone, Mr Sanjay Sharma, MD & Founder of Aye Finance said, “Being a young organization, we have chosen to create a work culture that treats each employee with respect, actively encourages their professional growth and builds pride in serving customers who have been excluded from organized finance. The Great Place to work certification validates our efforts to build an admired organization for our 2000 plus employees.”
Aye was founded in 2014 by Sanjay Sharma and Vikram Jetley with the mission to provide innovative and customer-centered financial services to the excluded micro businesses. In a short span the fintech lender has managed these accomplishments as the leadership at Aye is rallied around creating an alignment on the corporate vision and building a value based organization culture.
The lender has found support in its mission of creating an inclusive ecosystem for micro enterprises in India from Indian and global industry leaders. It is equity funded 5 marque investors – CapitalG, SAIF Partners, Falcon Edge Capital, Accion , LGT and MAJ Invest and has debt lines from SBI, HDFC, ICICI along with leading DFIs.