Paris, December 2 – Capgemini announced that, Salil Parekh, member of the Group Executive Board, has decided to leave the Group in the context of the recent managerial evolutions communicated in October.
Capgemini and Salil Parekh have agreed on Salil’s departure. Salil has relinquished his responsibilities within the Group and his managerial transition is already in place. His departure will be effective on January 1st.
Paul Hermelin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Group commented: “I would like to thank Salil for his involvement in the Capgemini journey. Salil contributed in particular to the development of the Group in India and in the US.”
Salil joined Capgemini in 2000 as a result of the acquisition of the consulting division of Ernst and Young and occupied various leadership positions in the Group.
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