BharatPe CEO Suhail Sameer quits


PTI, Jan 3, 2023, 11:36 AM IST

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BharatPe CEO Suhail Sameer, who had fallen out with former co-founder Ashneer Grover, has quit.

In a statement, BharatPe said he ”will transition from Chief Executive Officer to Strategic Advisor effective January 7, 2023.

”This will ensure a smooth transition for current CFO, Nalin Negi who has been appointed interim CEO to partner with senior executives to bolster execution in all phases of the company’s business.”

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