News: Fullerton India appoints Anil Noronha as Executive VP & HR Head

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Fullerton India appoints Anil Noronha as Executive VP & HR Head

In his new role, he will be responsible for driving leadership and creating a progressive culture through designing programs in alignment with business needs.
Fullerton India appoints Anil Noronha as Executive VP & HR Head

Fullerton India Credit Company Limited (Fullerton India), appointed Anil Noronha as the Executive Vice President and Head – Human Resources.

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 programs in alignment with business needs.

Commenting on the appointment, Rajashree Nambiar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Fullerton India, said, “We are happy to welcome Anil to the Fullerton family. Anil’s diverse experience across industries will help us in our journey towards creating an employee friendly organization. In today’s complex and challenging business environment, we want to be recognized for adopting an employee-oriented culture. We are confident that his drive and energy will help us achieve this.”

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.

On his new role, Anil Noronha, Executive Vice President and Head – Human Resources, said, “I am honored at this opportunity and in alignment with Fullerton’s belief that the prerequisite to any organizations’ growth is through their employees. I am excited to be a part of Fullerton family and its goals towards being an employee friendly organization.”

He has a wide exposure to international HR best practices, having worked with some of the best HR and business professionals worldwide. His body of work is recognized by various industry honors and awards.

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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