Anil Noronha elevated as EV-P HR at Fullerton India


The Company seeks to establish an employee-friendly culture.

Anil Noronha has been named executive vice-president and head-human resources at Fullerton India, a non-banking financial company.

Prior to this, Noronha was vice-president HR. He has been with Fullerton India for more than a decade.

In his over 25 years of experience, Noronha was responsible for strategic HR consulting and people management at Novell Inc. USA, Ashok Piramal Group, Rajesh Wadhawan Group (DHFL Group), Bombay Dyeing and most recently, Omkar Realtors & Developers.

Noronha will oversee core human resources functions for Fullerton India Credit Company. In his new role, he will be responsible for driving leadership and creating a progressive culture through designing programmes in alignment with business needs.

Commenting on the appointment, Rajashree Nambiar, chief executive officer and managing director, Fullerton India, said “Noronha’s diverse experience across industries will help us in our journey towards creating an employee-friendly organisation. In today’s complex and challenging business environment, we want to be recognised for adopting an employee-oriented culture.”

Noronha, says, “I am in alignment with the company’s belief that the prerequisite to any organisations’ growth is through their employees.”

Fullerton India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fullerton Financial Holdings, Singapore, has a network of 527 branches spread across 22 states and three union territories, reaching out to 600 towns and over 51,000 villages in the country. Fullerton India offers several retail finance products for varying needs of customers ranging from rural households to SMEs, in the locations it serves.

In February 2016, Fullerton India launched its housing finance company, Grihashakti. The Company is headquartered in Mumbai and operates through 47 branches spread across nine states – Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and West Bengal.

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