Fullerton India Credit Company, a non-banking financial company, has announced the appointment of Swaminathan Subramanian as its chief people officer. Subramanian rejoins Fullerton India after a span of nearly four years. Before this, he was with Sterlite Power, heading the HR function as group chief human resources officer for India and Brazil.
Subramanian steps into the shoes of Anil Norohna, who was the EVP & chief people officer at Fullerton India.
With over 23 years of global experience backing him, Subramanian, or Swami as he is fondly addressed, has held various HR leadership positions working in markets such as Africa and the Middle East, apart from India. He has worked with leading companies across the globe during his career, such as Reliance Capital, JP Morgan, Barclays, Standard Chartered Bank and Accenture. His expertise lies in consulting, mergers and acquisitions and HR governance.
Excited to return to Fullerton, Subramanian shares, “I have always had fond memories of my time here. I am very excited and honored to rejoin the Fullerton India family and aid in the creation of a healthy work environment with the values that have helped this company grow from strength to strength during these challenging times.”
Shantanu Mitra, CEO & MD, Fullerton India, expresses his confidence in Subramanian, saying, “his leadership and people-focused policies will help us grow stronger than before. In his previous stint at Fullerton India, Swami played a key role in implementing end-to-end HR strategies, which echoed the vision and goals of the company across all levels.”