Former India captain and one of the greatest Test batsman Rahul Dravid has been roped in as the brand ambassador by Incred, the Mumbai based new age financial services group. Bhupinder Singh, the founder and CEO if Incred speaking in their choice of brand ambassadors said, “Rahul Dravid is the obvious choice since he truly epitomises the values of InCred. Rahul was India’s ‘Mr. Dependable’ for his unwavering focus and the ability to deliver results.”
Dravid was impressed with the way Incred has uniquely designed it’s loan productions and spoke about the same.
“I am impressed with the way InCred has uniquely designed its loan products to meet the individual needs of its borrowers. It gives me immense pride to be associated with InCred as its brand ambassador and to be part of its vision towards furthering financial inclusion in India,” Dravid said.
As per reports from ANI, the Company in their previous development raised around USD 85 million one of the largest funding of a start-up in the Indian financial industry recently. Incred began its operation of lending in January earlier this year and has already disbursed Rs. 100 crores in loans to 1000 customers.
They are targeting a loan book of Rs. 1500 crores by March 2018. Meanwhile, it must be learnt that the company gives loans in four categories-affordable housing loans, education loans, consumer loans and SME loans.
Dravid was probably the last classical Test batsman and had the ability to grind for long hours. He was a sensational performer for Indian especially on overseas tours and played a pivotal role in India’s famous Test win in Australia in the 2003-04 series under Sourav Ganguly. His magnificent double century helped India clinch the Adelaide Test despite conceding 500 in the 1st innings.
He also played a vital role in India’s triumphant campaign to Pakistan in 2004 when the Men in Blue won both the Test and ODI series in Pakistan for the 1st time in their history. In the 3rd Test, Rahul smashed 270 to bat Pakistan out of the match. He bid adieu to international cricket after playing his last Test against Australia at Adelaide in 2012.