Mahindra Group appoints Amarjyoti Barua as EVP Group strategy

Mahindra Group has appointed Amarjyoti Barua as executive vice president, group strategy. In this role, he will lead the Group strategy office, working closely with the Group’s overall portfolio of businesses. The investor relations function will also now be a part of Group Strategy. Barua will be a part of the Group Executive Board reporting to Anish Shah, managing director and CEO, Mahindra Group.

“We are delighted to welcome Amar to the Mahindra Group. Group strategy is a pivotal force as it works closely with sectors across the Group to drive strong business outcomes. Amar brings great depth of knowledge and experience in financial and operational transformation which will add great value to Group Strategy,” said Shah in statement.

Prior to joining the Mahindra Group, Barua was with Baker Hughes for over six years. In his last role as senior vice president – Oil Field Services & Equipment (OFSE), he led the financial and operational transformation of OFSE which has presence in 120+ countries and has $14B in revenues.

An MBA from FMS Delhi and a Bachelor’s in Economics (Hons) from Hindu College, Delhi University, he lives in Mumbai with his wife and two sons. Prior to this he was with GE for 18 years where he lived and worked in 8 different countries across multiple industry verticals.

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