Consulting and technology services company, Capgemini has elevated Anirban Bose as Head of its Financial Services Global Strategic Business Unit. He also becomes a member of the Group Executive Board. Anirban succeeds Thierry Delaporte who has taken on the role of Chief Operating Officer for the Group.
Talking about this development, Paul Hermelin, Chairman, and CEO, Capgemini Group said, “Anirban’s proven leadership of Capgemini’s banking and capital markets practice is the epitome of why our Financial Services Business Unit consistently delivers top-line results for our clients around the world. I have every confidence that Anirban’s industry knowledge, relentless enthusiasm for innovation, and keen business acumen will drive our Global Financial Services team to even greater heights.”
Kartik Ramakrishnan replaces Anirban in his previous role of Head of Capgemini’s Banking and Capital Markets Business Unit.
Prior to his new role, from 2015, Anirban was the Head of Capgemini’s Banking and Capital Markets Business Unit which serves world’s top banking and financial services organizations, with teams spread across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Between 2007 and 2015 Anirban led Capgemini’s Banking Business Unit.
Prior to this from 2004 to 2007, Anirban served as executive vice president at Kanbay before its 2007 acquisition by Capgemini. At Kanbay, Anirban drove the development of the company’s credit services practice and led global delivery. He also steered Kanbay’s banking business unit, which offered strategic consulting to multiple global brands.
Anirban graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Technology degree. He earned an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago.