SMFG India Credit has elevated Gaurav Terdal as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). In this role, he will report to Swaminathan Subramanian, Chief Operating Officer.
As the CHRO, he will be responsible for leading the HR and Learning & Development for 20,000 employees and will focus on talent, engagement, and growth. Additionally, he is responsible for driving success through strategic HR leadership.
Gaurav was formerly Head – HR Operations & Compensation at SMFG India Credit.
The company said on its page, “Gaurav’s elevation to CHRO is a testament to his dedication, expertise, and ability to steer our HR ship towards excellence, and we are excited about him leading our people strategy and employee experience!
“We extend our heartfelt best wishes for his continued success and achievements in this pivotal role. Please join us in congratulating Gaurav on this remarkable achievement!”, the company added.
He has over 19 years of experience and has spent nearly 9 years with SMFG India Credit where he has honed his skills across diverse HR domains, including Compensation, HR Business Partnering, Talent Acquisition, HR Systems, Payroll, and HR Operations.
Gaurav has been deeply immersed in the realms of HR Business Partnering, Talent Acquisition, HR Operations, Compensation, Benefits, Learning & Development, and HR System Implementation. His impactful footprint spans diverse industries such as ITeS, Recruitment Services, Financial Services, and Manufacturing/Automotive.
Prior to SMFG India Credit, he was associated with Adani Capital as Head Of Human Resources. His earlier stints include working with Volvo Auto India Pvt. Ltd., Fullerton India Credit Company Ltd., and Manpower.
Gaurav holds a Post Graduate degree from XLRI Jamshedpur.
SMFG India Credit has a solid team of over 16,500 employees over 729 branches. The company primary services constitute financing of SME for working capital and growth, personal loans, loans for commercial vehicles and two-wheelers, home improvement loans, loans against property, working capital loans for urban self-employed, loans for rural livelihood advancement, rural housing finance and financing of various rural micro-enterprises.