Non-executive chairman of Infosys, Nandan Nilekani, may steer its board of directors for a longer period than expected.
Non-executive chairman of Infosys, Nandan Nilekani, may steer its board of directors for a longer period than expected, Business Standard reported quoting sources.
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The Bengaluru-headquartered firm was in desperate need of bringing back stability after the exits of Vishal Sikka, the then chief executive officer (CEO), and chairman R Seshasayee, the report said, adding that Nilekani returned to chair the board to bring the company back on track.
"There is a perception that he (Nilekani) had come to Infosys with a limited mandate, and now with the new CEO firmly in control of the affairs at the company, he may leave handing over the baton to somebody else. However, he’s not going to leave anytime soon, not at least in the next two years for sure, as his plate is quite full,” people familiar with the matter was quoted as saying in the daily.
Infosys is all poised to announce its financial results for the first quarter on Friday.
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