Anil Arora, a fintech industry pioneer and a highly successful business executive in the technology, financial services and consumer goods industries, has been appointed to ClassWallet’s board of directors.
Arora, currently the senior partner and board member at The Tifin Group, brings more than 25 years of executive leadership and public and private company board experience to ClassWallet. He is best known for building data aggregation and analytics platform company, Yodlee (later purchased by Envestnet), into a market leader in online financial services and data-driven intelligence, as well as leading the company’s vision and platform development. His deep operational, marketing and board experience includes globally renowned brands such as Conagra Brands, Gateway, Pillsbury/General Mills and Kraft.
“Anil Arora is a financial technology visionary and business genius with a solid track record of helping companies to grow with a focus on vision, leadership, strategy, go-to-market planning, teams and culture,” said Jamie Rosenberg, founder and CEO, ClassWallet. “His expertise in data analytics and cloud platforms is a great fit for ClassWallet as we position our company for accelerated expansion.”
In August 2023, ClassWallet announced the closing of its first institutional growth capital funding round of $95 million. The investment builds on ClassWallet’s rapid growth and supports its continued efforts to reshape the way government agencies do business.
“I’m a big believer in building great companies around ‘high points of friction’ that have a large potential market to create value,” said Arora. “ClassWallet has done just that. It built a digital purchasing and reimbursement platform for public funds with all of the required compliance and controls.
“With the significant success ClassWallet has enjoyed to date, it still represents a small portion of the total spending of its current market segment – let alone that of additional potential public fund markets. The opportunity is immense and I’m pleased to join the company’s board at this inflection point in its growth and expansion.”