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Business News/ Industry / Banking/  Aditya Birla Capital appoints ICICI bank's Vishakha Mulye as the next CEO
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Aditya Birla Capital appoints ICICI bank's Vishakha Mulye as the next CEO

Mulye replaces Ajay Srinivasan who will now take up another role within the Aditya Birla Group

Vishakha Mulye. She is currently the executive director in charge of corporate banking, proprietary trading, markets and transaction banking  (Image courtesy : ICICI Bank) Premium
Vishakha Mulye. She is currently the executive director in charge of corporate banking, proprietary trading, markets and transaction banking  (Image courtesy : ICICI Bank) 

MUMBAI : The board of Aditya Birla Capital has appointed Vishakha Mulye as the next Chief Executive Officer, of Aditya Birla Capital. Mulye is currently the executive director in charge of corporate banking, proprietary trading, markets and transaction banking.

Mulye replaces Ajay Srinivasan who will now take up another role within the Aditya Birla Group. The company is yet to disclose his exact role.

"Ms. Mulye will be joining the Company on 1st June 2022 and will operate as the Chief Executive Officer (Designate) with an overlap of one month with Mr. Ajay Srinivasan to ensure smooth transition of leadership. She will take charge of her role as the CEO of Aditya Birla Capital Limited post this period of overlap," said the company in its stock exchange notification.

In a career spanning thirty years, Mulye has held many significant roles and led several strategic initiatives. In her prior roles she was the head of ICICI Lombard and ICICI Ventures.

Mulye's appointment brings a fresh lease of life for Aditya Birla Capital which has been struggling with loss of marketshare ever since it was set up in 2007. The company also came under investigative scrutiny for lending to Gautam Thapar, the jailed promoter of the Acantha Group, who is being investigated for money laundering.

With Reserve Bank of India tightening its rules on non- banking finance companies and ruling out licences to industrial houses, NBFCs like Aditya Birla Capital, will need to up their game to face stiff competition from banks and other fintech companies.

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Published: 23 Apr 2022, 10:19 PM IST
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