Quick Heal Technologies appoints Nitin Kulkarni as CFO

Pune: Quick Heal Technologies, the leading provider of IT Security products and solutions on Friday appointed Nitin Kulkarni for the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company.

Kulkarni’s appointment has been approved by board of directors at its meeting held today.

He is a qualified Chartered Accountant with more than 25 years of experience of managing different aspects of finance function in Information Technology and manufacturing industry.

In his new role, he will oversee all the financial aspects of the company including financial planning and analysis, accounting and financial reporting, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) as well as managing transactional processing systems, legal, tax and investor relations functions.

His past assignments include financial planning and analysis, corporate finance, accounting, auditing, treasury, international and domestic taxation, shared services, corporate restructuring, M&A, compliance at various listed corporate entities like Tech Mahindra, KPIT and Persistent Systems.

“I am delighted to join Quick Heal during this exciting phase in the company’s life cycle and look forward to help the company continue its growth momentum. Being a pioneer in IT Security Solutions, Quick Heal will play an important role in digitising India.

As the company stands, the finance function will have a strategic role in delivering value to stakeholders. I look forward to work with Kailash Katkar and his team,” said Nitin Kulkarni.

“Nitin Kulkarni’s rich experience and advanced skill sets like eye for detail, entrepreneurial approach and business enabler mindset will be an ideal fit for the company. Together we will work towards the objective of enhancing stakeholder value.

At the strategic level, he will have a pivotal role in executing our future initiatives through his cognitive skills. We welcome Kulkarni to Quick Heal family,” said Kailash Katkar, managing director and chief executive officer, Quick Heal Technologies Limited. (ANI)