Infosys CFO M D Ranganath Tuesday said his two decade stint at the company was deeply satisfying where he played a broad spectrum of leadership roles, from being a strategist and managing finance.
However, the last three years as Chief Financial Officer was especially satisfying as it was a crucial period for Infosys, he said.
Ranganath’s tenure ends on November 16 this year.
“The last two decade stint at Infosys was deeply satisfying, where I got the opportunity to play a broad spectrum of leadership roles, right from being a strategist, managing finance and looking at the matters of Mergers and Acquisitions,” he said.
The CFO said he had a resolute focus on resilient and strong financial performance, besides multiple transitions along with the largest share buyback.
The company also entered into the US Advance Pricing Agreement and registered a record high cash flow of USD 2 billion and Return on Equity of 25 per cent, he said.
Infosys achieved several significant milestones, particularly in the last three years where its revenues grew, he told reporters.
Ranganath said he was now looking at spending more time with his wife and professional opportunities after leaving the company.
“I am looking at professional opportunities where I could put to use my experience of managing a large global listed company and unique insights and experiences I got as CFO.
That is what I am looking forward.. to spend more time with my wife as well,” Ranganath said.
He said this when asked about his future plans, post-Infosys.