Former Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of pharma giant Lupin, Ramesh Swaminathan is most likely join infra giant Larsen & Toubro as its Head-Corporate Centre.
He had resigned from Lupin last week in a bid pursue other opportunities outside the pharma sector.
Swaminathan holds a work experience of more than three decades. He was appointed by Lupin on July 4, 2007, as President, Finance & Planning and later elevated as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director, mention Lupin’s website.
According to company sources, as L&T’s Head-Corporate Centre, Swaminathan will be responsible for corporate Merger & Accusations, supply chain management and operational excellence, among others.
Prior to joining Lupin, where Swaminathan had spent 11 years, he worked for consumer goods’ company Henkel India.
Larsen & Toubro Limited is India’s one of the largest firms. Its operations are spread across technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services conglomerate, with global operations.