Narayan Gangadhar appointed as the new CEO of Angel Broking
Silicon Valley veteran Narayan Gangadhar has been appointed as the CEO of the FinTech brokerage firm Angel Broking.
With over two decades of global experience with the leading technology businesses at top-tier Silicon Valley companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Uber, and Google. Narayan is bringing in a lot of operating experience and innovation in capability building, product, processes automation, and technology that will lead to disruptive businesses.
Prior to joining Angel Broking, Narayan has served Ola as the Group Chief Technology Officer. His other stints include as Head of Technology at Uber, General Manager and Director at Amazon Web Services, Member Board of Directors at Madison Logic, Senior Director Google Infrastructure and Cloud Engineering at Google, General Manager and Director of Engineering at Amazon Web Services, etc.
On his appointment, Narayan Gangadhar, CEO, Angel Broking said, “The Indian market is at an interesting juncture as more people make technology a part of their daily lifestyles. As a CEO, my entire focus will be on unlocking superior efficiency for all stakeholders. The overarching objective is to make the product more accessible in the mass market. I am grateful to the Board of Directors for granting me this opportunity and look forward to generating the desired synergies with everyone at Angel Broking and beyond.”
Speaking on the development, Dinesh Thakkar, CMD, Angel Broking said, “Narayan is the right person to lead Angel Broking along its journey as a leader in this industry. He is a well-rounded engineer with great leadership qualities and will add significant value to our existing digital assets. Plus, he will help us realize our aspirations to become a preferred Fintech company in India. With Narayan leading the team, I am sure we will scale new heights in making international standard apps, offering world-class customer experience, and taking best-in-class AI/ML journeys for new and existing customers to understand investing and trading well.”