Aditya Puri, the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of HDFC Bank (NS: HDBK ), has joined Deloitte India as a senior advisor on Wednesday. The move is part of Puri's plan to leverage his industry expertise to drive transformation and enhance access to affordable credit and healthcare.
Romal Shetty, the CEO of Deloitte South Asia, applauded Puri's appointment. Shetty praised Puri's valuable insights and expressed optimism about the potential impact of his guidance on the firm's operations and strategies.
Puri's appointment follows the induction of Manoj Kohli as a senior advisor in June 2023. This move underlines Deloitte's strategy of bringing in experienced industry leaders to provide expert advice and drive the firm's growth.
Puri expressed his endorsement for Deloitte's commitment to purpose and innovation. He stated that these values align with his vision for transformative change across industries. His role at Deloitte India will involve leveraging his extensive experience in banking and finance to bring about significant industry transformation.
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