Liberis welcomes Chief Product Officer Nima Montazeri to lead product innovation and expand its Embedded Finance platform across new partners and geographies
Nima Montazeri joins Liberis as Chief Product Officer.Return to newsroom
In his previous role as Head of Product at Babylon, Montazeri built products that help millions of people across the globe access affordable healthcare. As a key member of the executive team, he led the launch of products in the UK, US, Canada, Rwanda, and South-East Asia and played a significant role in their public listing on the NYSE last October.
Prior to joining Babylon, Nima was Head of Technology for ThoughtWorks Ventures, working with scale-ups and start-ups on their product and innovation strategy.
Welcoming Montazeri’s appointment, Rob Straathof, CEO at Liberis said, “this is a pivotal role for Liberis and the last piece of the puzzle in our Executive Leadership team. We are excited to work with Nima to take our product function to new heights and bridge commercial strategy with product and technology.”
Speaking of his appointment, Montazeri said, “Liberis has built an incredible Embedded Finance platform with valuable partnerships across the globe, I’m humbled and excited to be part of this amazing team to contribute to the ambitious mission of enabling and empowering the SMEs to grow their business sustainably.”
Liberis builds flexible embedded finance solutions that empower businesses and provide positive impact. Founded in 2007, Liberis is a leading global embedded finance platform with a mission to provide small businesses with accessible and responsible finance, based on the belief that funding should always be a positive force for small businesses. Liberis provides partners with the technology platform and financial solutions to offer hyper-personalised and accessible funding, empowering their small business customers to grow their revenues. With over 14 global strategic partners and direct reach to more than 1 million small businesses, Liberis has provided nearly $1bn of funding in over 45,000 transactions, enabling over 100,000 jobs to be created and saved. Liberis’ revenue-based finance is a form of receivables finance, not a loan. Amounts advanced are subject to status and our underwriting process before any offer can be made.