Rajesh quits as TCS CEO, Krithivasan is new boss
TCS has nominated its current president and global head of the BFSI business group K. Krithi-vasan as CEO Designate with immediate effect
New Delhi: IT major TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan has resigned, and the company nominated its global head of the BFSI division K Krithivasan as the CEO designate with immediate effect, the firm said on Thursday.
Gopinathan will continue with the company till September 15, 2023, to provide transition and support to his successor.
“After a stellar career of over 22 years with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and a successful stint as managing director and CEO during the last six years, Rajesh Gopinathan has decided to step down from the company to pursue his other interests,” the company said in a statement.
TCS has nominated its current president and global head of the BFSI business group K. Krithi-vasan as CEO Designate with immediate effect.
“The Board has nominated K Krithivasan as the CEO Designate. Krith-ivasan will go through a transition with Rajesh Gopinathan and will be appointed as the MD & CEO in the next fiscal,” the statement said.