Bector joins from Cipla where he was the chief talent officer and head corporate HR.
Piramal, the leading healthcare firm, recently appointed Vikram Bector as the group chief human resources officer. Bector joins from Cipla, where he was the chief talent officer and head- corporate HR, for the last eight months.
Bector is a seasoned HR professional and comes with a rich experience of over 25 years across industries, such as IT, consulting, BFSI, automotive, office automation, commodities and healthcare. He has been associated with both global Indian conglomerates and multinational companies. As the chief talent officer, he spent three years and a month at Tata Motors and a year and a half at Reliance Industries.
Before joining Tata Motors, he was the chief learning officer and vice president-talent development, at Deloitte. A science graduate, Bector did his MBA in marketing and finance and spent considerable time in his career as a training and development professional. During his stint at Satyam Computers, he co-created the Satyam School of Leadership by hiring a competent team and supervising the design of a robust curriculum/service offering.
He has also worked with Canon India, Max Healthcare, Gyanodaya (Aditya Birla Group) and Birla Sunlife AMC (Aditya Birla Group) in the past. His global exposure consists of his experience facilitating M&A and change initiatives in countries, such as Brazil, the United States, China, Singapore, Japan and the Middle-East.
Bector brings with him vast experience in building world class, e-enabled practices in areas such as talent acquisition, leadership development, succession planning, managing high potentials, training, organisation development and employee engagement. He is well known for his expertise in leading HR transformations on a large scale; as well as for being a thought leader and a credible advisor. He was also adjudged the best speaker at the Global Learning Summit at Singapore, in 2013.
Bector joins Piramal in place of Srinivas Chunduru, who has been recently elevated as the executive director at Piramal Corporate Services.