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S Venkatachalam has served Citibank N. A. and its group for nearly 30 years and has held senior positions. He is a chartered accountant by profession and has served as an advisor to Fullerton India Credit Corporation Ltd., a subsidiary of Temasek Holding (Private) Limited. Prior to Citibank, he served as a consultant with A. F. Ferguson & Co., Chartered Accountants, Mumbai (now a part of Deloitte Haskins & Sells). He has been an independent director of the State Bank of India (2008-2014) and has served on several of their committees.
Currently, he is on the board of several companies and serves as an advisor to financial services companies. He has vast experience in banking, finance, administration, compliance, taxation, and labor laws. He is well regarded in the financial services industry and by regulatory bodies.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
Chaitanya Kamat is CEO and managing director of Oracle Financial Services Software Limited, a majority-owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation and an integral part of Oracle’s Financial Services Global Business Unit. Kamat has more than 35 years of financial services, consulting and business transformation experience. His expertise in banking transformation has driven strong topline impact for both the products and services businesses at Oracle Financial Services Software. He is passionate in nurturing a culture of operational excellence and customer delight.
Prior to joining Oracle, Kamat was managing director at STG, a leading private equity firm focused on investing in software and enterprise services companies. At STG he was responsible for the transformation and operations of its portfolio companies with a specific focus on their use of global operating models.
Earlier, Kamat worked as the CEO of a retail financial services startup and at Accenture. Joining Accenture in 1986, he worked across Accenture locations in India, United States, Sweden, Hungary, and the Philippines in a range of business consulting and large scale systems integration engagements. In his last role at Accenture, Kamat was managing partner of Accenture’s India Delivery Centre Network, which he was responsible for establishing from scratch and growing to a 13,000 strong unit serving more than 200 global clients.
Kamat obtained his masters in computer science from the University of Bombay and a post graduate diploma in management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He has served as the chairman of the board of directors at Teleca AB, and as a director on the boards of Netik Inc., Symphony Marketing Solutions Inc. and The Capital Markets Company N.V.
Harinderjit Singh (Sonny Singh) is senior vice president and general manager of Oracle’s Financial Services Global Business Unit. In this role, he is responsible for a global organization focused on Sales, Consulting, Engineering and Support, of Oracle’s products focused on Banking, Insurance and Capital Markets.
During his 28-year Oracle career, Singh has been instrumental in leading the creation and execution of highly successful corporate, business unit, and new market strategies that produce strong topline impact across all of Oracle’s hardware, software, and services product lines.
Prior to his current role, he was the senior vice president of Oracle’s Industries business unit, which is responsible for Oracle’s go-to-market strategy. In this role, his organization was responsible for product marketing, competitive intelligence, field enablement, deal acceleration, and mergers-and-acquisition integration across Oracle’s entire product and services portfolio. In addition, his organization delivered all of Oracle’s strategic customer engagement capabilities. These include solutions and expertise for all industry vertical segments, the Oracle Insight program, which is Oracle’s branded value engineering competency, and Oracle Solution Centers. Additionally, his organization provided the business strategy, tools, and programs for Oracle’s key accounts and midsize market segments. Prior to leading the Oracle Industries Business Unit, Singh was group vice president for Oracle Consulting, where he led Oracle’s services business in North America Strategic Accounts.
Singh holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Punjab University, India. He is active in his local community and serves on the Board at the Children’s Discovery Museum in San Jose, California.
Jane Murphy is a lawyer who was born and raised in Canada, where she qualified and worked as a lawyer before moving to Belgium 25 years ago, where she also qualified as a Belgian lawyer. Her legal practice focuses on the GDPR, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions ,and corporate governance.
Murphy is the founder and president of the European Data Protection Office (EDPO). She is also an independent, nonexecutive board director and member of various committees (audit, risk, legal, compliance, remuneration, and corporate governance) of listed companies Ageas (Belgium and France) and of the nonlisted company Puilaetco Dewaay Private Bankers. Murphy is also vice-president of CanCham Belux and a regular speaker at events related to the GDPR, corporate law, and Canada-EU relations.
Murphy holds an LLM in International and European Law (Magna Cum Laude) from the Brussels University, a Belgian Law degree (cum laude), a Canadian Law degree (magna cum laude), and a Certification in European Data Protection. She also completed an international business course at Harvard University.
Kimberly Woolley is the assistant general counsel and assistant secretary for Oracle.. She has been practicing corporate law since 1998 and originally joined Oracle in May 2009. She supports Oracle Corporation’s board of directors and committees of the board. Woolley is a member of Oracle’s disclosure committee and is responsible for Oracle’s compliance with U.S. securities laws, including the review and preparation of the company’s periodic reports (10-K, 10-Qs, 8-Ks), annual proxy statement and Section 16 filings. Woolley also supports Oracle’s Treasury and Finance teams in capital markets transactions.
Prior to joining Oracle, Woolley was the Director, Associate General Counsel of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. where she served as the head of corporate and securities law, reporting to the general counsel. She previously worked as an Associate at law firms Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (London and San Francisco), and Sullivan & Cromwell (New York and London).
Woolley holds a juris doctorate degree with high honors from George Washington University Law School, and a bachelor of arts degree with honors (magna cum laude) in politics and government from Ripon College. Woolley is a member of the New York and California state bars.
Whole-time Director and Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Makarand Padalkar is the Whole-time Director and Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Prior to his present position, Mr. Padalkar has managed various responsibilities ranging from business & technology consulting to Global Banks and Financial Institutions, to heading marketing and managing corporate office / strategy. As first head of marketing in the Company, he successfully launched the products that are the core foundation of the Company today.
Mr. Padalkar is with the Company since 1994. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Padalkar spent 12 years with Tata Unisys Limited (now Tata Consultancy Services Limited) consulting various clients in BFSI segments in Europe and United States, managing strategic client relationships and launching foray of the Company in banking products.
Mr. Padalkar is a post graduate engineer from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.
Prior to joining the board of Oracle Financial Services Software Limited, Richard Jackson spent seven years as president and CEO of Ping An Group’s banking business in China. Prior to that, he spent 21 years with Citibank in seven different countries, including time as country head in Korea and Hungary. He is also vice chairman of The Great Britain China Centre.
Jackson served on the Boards of Bank Handlowy w Warsawie (Poland), Citibank (Hungary), Koram Bank (Korea), Shenzhen Commercial Bank, and Shenzhen Development Bank (China).
He is a fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute in 1981 and was awarded the National Friendship Medal by the Chinese government in 2007.
Sridhar Srinivasan is a senior advisor with Oliver Wyman, a leading global management consulting firm. He joined Oliver Wyman in early 2013 as a partner and India head. He works with CEOs, boards of directors, and senior leaders of top financial services companies on topics such as management strategy, risk management, client coverage models, product and distribution strategies, cost optimization, governance, and regulatory compliance.
Srinivasan has more than 30 years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining Oliver Wyman, he was managing director of Citigroup in London. He was with Citibank for 28 years and has worked in 6 countries across Asia, Africa, and Europe. Some of the leadership positions he held with Citibank include CEO for three countries, corporate bank head in India, and transaction services head for Africa. Srinivasan is a graduate of Delhi University and is also a chartered accountant.
Vincent Secondo Grelli is vice president Tax, Asia Pacific Region, for Oracle. He is responsible for managing Oracle’s direct and indirect tax affairs in the Asia Pacific, Greater China, and India regions.
Grelli joined Oracle, in December of 2008. Prior to Oracle, he was vice president of global taxes at Hyperion Solutions, reporting to the chief financial officer. He has held senior global tax management positions at Sun Microsystems and Amdahl Corporation. Grelli began his career with Arthur Andersen.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and is a certified public accountant licensed in California. He is a longstanding member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Yong Meng Kau (Richard Kau) is vice president for legal, and deputy regional general counsel for Oracle, JAPAC. Prior to joining Oracle in 2001, he was in private practice specializing in corporate and commercial law.
In his current role, he manages the legal team for Oracle’s ASEAN and South Asia business and operations, and provides legal support to local and regional management across all lines of businesses. He also serves as a director in eight Oracle subsidiaries across Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia, and is the company secretary for Oracle Corporation Singapore.
Kau Yong Meng is a fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.