IT major Wipro, which has seen several top-level exits in the recent past, on Thursday, witnessed another resignation as chief financial officer Jatin Pravinchandra Dalal, who has been with the company for the past 21 years, stepped down.
Dalal has been the CFO of Wipro since 2015.
In his resignation letter, Dalal said he wants to pursue professional goals outside Wipro.
"I am deeply grateful to Wipro for the multitude of opportunities given to me over last two decades. At this juncture of my career, I am eager to pursue my professional goals outside the organization. Accordingly, I am tendering my resignation," Dalal said in his resignation letter.
The top level executives who resigned from the IT giant in 2023 alone include chief operations officer Sanjeev Singh, India business head Satya Easwaran, Americas One CFO Kamini Shah, and Americas Two CFO Nithin V. Jaganmohan.
Wipro, in a regulatory filing, said another company veteran, Aparna Iyer, will be the new CFO.
"Aparna has been integral to our finance transformation over the last few years, playing a key role in our financial strategy and planning, investment programs, and transformation initiatives," Wipro CEO Thierry Delaporte said in a statement.
Delaporte said Iyer's “commitment to creating lasting value, expertise across the full spectrum of finance operations, and her experience in working with a range of stakeholders will be instrumental in achieving our financial objectives."
Iyer said she is thrilled to take on the new role and looks forward to working with Delaporte and the finance team to "build on our successes, drive sustainable growth, and create value for our stakeholders."