Experian appoints Vaishali Kasture to head its businesses in India
Experian®, the global information services company, today announced the appointment of Vaishali Kasture as Managing Director and Country Manager, Experian India with immediate effect. In her current role, Vaishali will be responsible for all management and operations in India and will help the organization implement its short and long-term plans. Based in Mumbai, Vaishali will report into Experian Asia Pacific.
Vaishali comes with a rich experience of 24 years in the banking, consulting and financial services industries, having most recently worked at Deloitte Consulting in India where she was the Partner for Banking and Financial Services. At Deloitte, she set up the Robotics Process Automation practice and Blockchain practice for India. Prior to this, she was the Managing Director for Goldman Sachs based in Bangalore where she led regional teams and carried global functional responsibilities. Vaishali has an MBA in Finance and is also a gold medallist from JBIMS, Mumbai.
In recognition of the outstanding growth and development in India over the recent past, Mohan Jayaraman has now been appointed to take on regional responsibilities in his new role as Regional Managing Director for Decision Analytics (DA), Business Information (BI) and Data, Experian Asia Pacific. He will facilitate greater collaboration across Experian's Product, Consulting and Analytics business.
Talking about this appointment Ben Elliott, Chief Executive Office, Experian Asia Pacific said, “We are pleased to welcome Vaishali to Experian. At Experian, we are focused on accelerating the execution and realisation of our Asia Pacific and global strategy, and these changes demonstrate the commitment we have made to creating significant development opportunities for our people, and show the ongoing focus on strengthening our capability. India is an exciting market that requires constant focus on the ability to accelerate.”
Vaishali Kasture, the new Country Manager of Experian India said, “With financial inclusion and digitisation seeing exponential growth in India, backed by the fintech revolution; this is an interesting time for the industry to scale new heights in data and analytics. I am looking forward to execute the growth strategy for Experian in India considering the vast opportunity in this market.”