In recent years, the role of the CFO in India and across the globe has undergone a sea change. From traditionally, being viewed as a financial boss, the role of the CFO has expanded multifold and evolved to be a strategic partner and advisor to the CEO, supporting in strategic and operational decision-making of the company. With the ability to maintain responsible investments and stewardship as a part of their traditional role expectations, the CFOs today are also expected to remain up-to-date on the latest advancements in technology. Indian firms have geared up to efficiently manage their spending & investment with a keen eye on the future, and the CFOs are quite optimistic about the economy, the outlook for their companies.
Improving their ability to manage large data sets in order to understand the business risks and impact of...
Jatin Dalal , CFO
Having worked with diverse finance segments, he is currently responsible for Corporate Finance, Business Finance, Business Planning, Treasury, Taxation, Secretarial, Controllership, Assurance and Procurement at Wipro
In his professional career spanning over 23 years, he has been in strategic leadership roles across finance, merger and acquisitions, legal, corporate planning, and development, and has earned the tag of being a ‘Business CFO’ in his current role
A CFO who goes beyond managing financial functions to enable new avenues for organizational growth with his ability to embrace the organizational goals and make the most out of resources
Tata Consultancy Services
Rajesh Gopinathan , CFO
Being one of the youngest CFOs in TCS Group, he shares a leadership visionary and has played a key role in helping TCS become a global company with significant numbers
V. Suryanarayanan , Group CFO
With over three decades of experience predominantly in leadership positions in Manufacturing & ITES industries, he holds exceptional insights into systems and process improvements in order to achieve growth and profitabilty goals