Ecom Express Pvt. Ltd, a logistics solutions provider for the e-commerce industry, has appointed Mayank Gupta as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
In his new position, Mayank will oversee Finance, Accounts, Legal, Secretarial, Commercial and Administration functions and will be operating from the Company’s Head Quarters at New Delhi. He will also serve on the Company’s executive team and report to Ecom Express’ Founders/Board.
T. A. Krishnan, CEO, Ecom Express Private Limited said, “Mayank is an accomplished executive with significant strategic, financial and operational expertise. His deep knowledge in all areas across the areas of business strategy and finance will be very valuable for Ecom Express. He will be an exceptional addition to our team as we continue to navigate rapid growth and transformation from start-up to industry trailblazer.”
Mayank who has over 19 years of experience in the areas of strategy, business, finance, operational turnaround, deal structuring, taxation, M&A, pricing, controllership, financial reporting, P&L management, treasury operations and budgetary planning and management. He began his career at automaker Maruti Suzuki India. He has held many senior management roles at General Electric, where he spent about 14 years. His most recent assignment was CFO – South Asia at GE Oil & Gas.
Commenting on his appointment Mayank Gupta said, “Ecom Express represents the leading edge of Indian e-commerce logistics business and it is a tremendous opportunity to join the Organization at such an exciting time. I am eager to work with the leadership team to help scale the innovative and fast-growing business for long-term operational and financial excellence.”
With this new appointment, Ecom Express has further strengthened its senior leadership team which has seen expansion with many recent appointments.
Ecom Express was founded in 2012 by TA Krishnan (CEO), K Satyanarayana, Manju Dhawan, and Sanjeev Saxena. The today claims to operate in nearly 1,600 cities and towns and service over 17,000 pin codes.
In September 2017, the company raised Rs 192 crore from existing investor Warburg Pincus. Earlier in 2015, Warburg Pincus had invested Rs 850 crore in Ecom Express.