Anupal Banerjee calls it a day at Tata Technologies

Banerjee may move to the payments/banking services sector for his next assignment


Anupal Banerjee has stepped down from the post of CHRO at Tata Technologies after having spent close to five years leading the HR function at the Company. Banerjee shared this development in a social-media post. “Wanted to share that after five years of an action-packed journey with Tata Technologies (TTL), I have decided to move on to my next career opportunity which I’m excited about,” writes Banerjee in his post.

Banerjee mentions that he cherishes all the moments that he spent at TTL. He is full of gratitude for the good fortune he had of getting to work with “some great people” and be part of a Tata group company. “The Group is an institution of deep reverence and respect for many of us, synonymous as it is with nation building. And after I joined, I saw, first hand, the ‘Tata way’ of making a difference,” claims Banerjee gratefully.

Prior to TTL, Banerjee was the senior vice president – HR at Viacom 18.

At the start of his career, Banerjee worked with Ashok Leyland at its management development centre. After three years with Ashok Leyland, Banerjee moved to Infosys and served with the Company for close to six and a half years with his last position as the senior HR manager. In 2008, Banerjee got the opportunity to work with WNS Global services as the senior vice president and head of total rewards, HRMS and payroll. Two years later, he moved to Capgemini as the head of global rewards where he spent the next three years.

Banerjee’s posts hints that his next assignment will be in the payments/banking space. “I take the experiences I’ve garnered here at Tata Technologies and leverage it to bring value to people’s lives. That’s why, I’m very excited to be joining a bunch of great people who are attempting to enrich the lives of hundreds of millions of people by making payments/banking easier. More details soon!” says his post.

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