Sanjay Baweja appointed CFO of Flipkart

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Bengaluru | November 5, 2014 7:54 PM

Homegrown e-retailer Flipkart today announced appointment of Sanjay...

Homegrown e-retailer Flipkart today announced appointment of Sanjay Baweja as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Sanjay, who in his earlier role was Global CFO for Tata Communications, brings with him over three decades of experience, having worked with large names like Bharti Airtel, Emaar MGF and Xerox ModiCorp, Flipkart in a release said.

It said in his current position, he will be part of the leadership team at Flipkart – contributing to the overall organisational development along with defining the strategic roadmap for profitable revenue growth for India’s largest marketplace.

Speaking about the appointment, Sachin Bansal, Co-founder and CEO, Flipkart, said – “Sanjay brings with him a rich experience of running financial set-ups across large and diverse organisations. His impressive background of successfully structuring the financial strategy of market leaders is going to be invaluable as we enter a pivotal point in our growth story.”

Flipkart said in a career spanning close to thirty years, Sanjay has gained expertise in areas of Corporate Finance and Budget Control, Controllership, Acquisitions, Financial Analysis, Strategic Business Planning, Tax Planning and Risk Management.

He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and is a Chartered Accountant and Cost and Works Accountant, it added.

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