He has over two decades of experience with the IT giant across various roles and has played a pivotal role in the various financial transformations that the company has undergone. Within the first year of his leadership, the dollar revenue crossed $25 billion, highest ever with a growth of over 15%.
Prior to this role, he was heading the Business Finance function for TCS. In his former role, he was responsible for the financial management of the company’s individual operating units.
Samir started his career in TCS in 1999 and spent his early years in consulting assignments involving regulatory compliance, M&A spin offs, amongst others. In his earlier responsibilities, he has played a key role in the Initial Public Offering of TCS in 2004 and subsequently in various financial transformation journeys involving simplification, straight through processes, early closures, and better cash management.
Samir graduated in 1997 from Narsee Monjee College in Mumbai, and completed his Chartered Accountancy from ICAI, Mumbai. Samir is based out of Mumbai and reports to MD & CEO K. Krithivasan.
Samir takes pride in having learnt from a great set of veteran TCS leaders including N Chandrasekaran, Rajesh Gopinathan, V Ramakrishnan and S Mahalingam. When away from work, Samir loves to travel and spend time with his family, his wife and two sons.