News: HDFC Bank appoints a new Head of HR


HDFC Bank appoints a new Head of HR

HDFC Bank has roped in an executive from Idea Cellular to head their Human Resources for the bank.
HDFC Bank appoints a new Head of HR

HDFC Bank Ltd. has appointed Vinay Razdan to lead Human Resources for the bank. Vinay has been named as the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) and will be responsible for the entire human resource function in the bank.

Before joining HDFC Bank, Vinay was working with Idea Cellular Ltd. where he was the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). He had joined Idea in 2006 and initiated several transformational initiatives there. 

On Vinay's appointment, Aditya Puri shares “We are delighted to have Vinay on board. His impeccable credentials and proven leadership abilities leave us with no doubt that he will be an excellent addition to the Bank’s leadership team."

Vinay too shared the excitement on his appointment and shares “I’m excited to be part of this amazing organization and brand called HDFC Bank." He further said that he would endeavor to ensure that HDFC Bank continues to be the employer of choice for millions in the country.”

An HR veteran of 30 years, Vinay brings in rich, vast, and varied experience across sectors such as FMCG, IT Services and Telecommunications. He has held leadership positions with marquee organizations such as ITC Ltd, HCL Technologies and Idea Cellular Ltd. Under Vinay’s leadership, some of these organizations were recognized as great places to work.


Vinay is an alumnus of Delhi University and holds a postgraduate degree/diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from XLRI, Jamshedpur.

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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