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About Kuldip Chiheru


Global FS S&BD Head

Kuldip Singh Chiheru is Head of strategy in Global Financial Services at Atos. Kuldip has been with Atos since 2008 and his particular area of focus is in the lending and loans division looking at how technology can improve this function for our commercial banking customers and for the sector more generally. Prior to this he worked in the Financial Sector advisory team at KPMG and has also worked for ICAP and HSBC Midland International Banking.




Articles posted by Kuldip Chiheru

The business pressures are inescapable: Time for lenders to get hyper-agile?

Reading the Atos whitepaper, The Digital Business Continuum: Enabling organizations to thrive amidst disruption, one question sprang instantly to mind: Why aren’t lenders embracing hyper-agility

What’s the one thing you need to become a hyper-agile lender and how do you get it?

In my previous blogs on the subject of the Digital Business Continuum and continual transformation, I asked why lending businesses weren’t embracing a hyper-agile business model. I then set out to explain some of the key characteristics of such a model and how…

How to accelerate past the roadblocks on the route to a hyper-agile lending business model

Posted on: May 4, 2018 by Kuldip Chiheru In one of my previous posts on the impact of the Digital Business Continuum, I presented the nine ways you can tell you have a hyper-agile lending business. It followed an earlier post in which I set out the…

9 ways you know you’ve got a hyper-agile lending business

Posted on: Apr 18, 2018 by Kuldip Chiheru In my previous post, I explored how the Digital Business Continuum is forcing lenders to look again at innovation. In particular, how they must embrace hyper-agility to stay relevant to their customers, keep pace with technological change and meet increasingly granular regulatory regimes. On any continuum,…

Keeping pace with digital lending

Lending is central to the economy. It is the engine of growth. Consumer lending is growing at between 3-10% in Europe depending on the market and segment.  For the banks this is arguably one of the most profitable products. However, lending is the subject of intense government scrutiny. On the one hand to ensure that funds reach the right part of the…