Bengaluru: E-commerce giant Flipkart has appointed Sriram Venkataraman as chief financial officer (CFO) for the commerce division at Flipkart and Myntra. Venkataraman will be reporting to Chris Nicholas, executive vice president and CFO, Walmart International.
This announcement comes after the Ex CFO Emily McNeal’s decision to quit Walmart Group.
Sriram will be responsible for key finance operations and functions at Flipkart and Myntra, including tax, risk management and treasury. In addition to this, He will also oversee corporate development, and procurement, planning and analytics.
Kalyan Krishnamurthy, chief executive officer (CEO), Flipkart Group said “Sriram has consistently demonstrated his expertise managing several diverse functions at Flipkart and is well poised to take on the responsibilities as Flipkart Commerce CFO”
Talking about Emily’s departure, Kalyan Krishnamurthy said “We thank Emily for her leadership and guidance in strengthening the governance process and financial reporting at Flipkart post the Walmart investment. She has been instrumental in driving key investments that have enhanced our hyperlocal and fresh food capabilities,”