Vivriti Capital, India’s largest online platform for institutional debt, has appointed Namrata Kaul and Srinivasan Sridhar as independent directors on its board for a term of five years. Mr. Srinivasan Sridhar is a financial services expert with over 30 years of experience in India and internationally, while Ms. Namrata Kaul brings with her more than 30 years of global banking experience.
Ms. Kaul has served as the Managing Director, Corporate and Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank AG. Prior to that, she was Head of Asia Business for Deutsche Bank in London, involved in a multi-country interface. Ms. Kaul has been involved in developing the strategy roadmap for Deutsche Bank India as part of the India Board and was instrumental in defining and executing the Asia Focus strategy for the EMEA business. She was the founder of Deutsche Bank’s Diversity initiative in India. Ms. Kaul currently serves on the supervisory board at CARE International.
Mr. Sridhar is on the Board of Bank of Baroda, Small Business Fincredit, Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd, Indie – Home Loans. He was with Citigroup for 28 years and has worked in 6 countries across Asia, Africa and Europe. Some of the leadership positions he held with Citigroup included serving as the CEO for three countries, Corporate Bank Head for India, Transaction Services Head for Africa and Bank Services Group Head for Central, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Mr. Sridhar brings an extensive banking experience and a track record from around the globe in areas such as Corporate and Investment Banking, Product Management, Risk Management, Governance and Regulatory Compliance. He currently serves as Partner and India Head at Oliver Wyman.
Gaurav Kumar, Founder and Director – Vivriti Capital commented, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Namrata Kaul and Srinivasan Sridhar to our board. Their experience in the financial services industry and extensive experience in overseeing global business operations and risk management will greatly benefit Vivriti Capital.”