STL, one of the industry’s leading digital network integrators, announced today the appointment of Tushar Shroff as Group Chief Financial Officer to its global leadership team.
STL is making significant progress toward its goal of becoming one of the top three global players in optical connectivity. Tushar’s experience and expertise will be invaluable to STL’s future growth.
Tushar Shroff has been appointed Group Chief Financial Officer by STL.
Tushar Shroff is a Chartered Accountant and Cost Accountant with over 28 years of experience in fundraising, capital structuring, mergers and acquisitions, treasury management, taxation, financial accounting and planning, investor relations, and business partnering.
Tushar Shroff previously worked for global and Indian multinational corporations such as ABB, ELSTER Metering, Piramal Healthcare, SCHOTT Glass, Zydus Cadila, and Intas Pharmaceuticals. Throughout his career, he has managed multibillion-dollar organisations and played a key role in the development of high-net-worth organisations through various initiatives. He most recently worked as the Group CFO for Intas Pharmaceuticals Limited, one of India’s leading pharmaceutical companies.
Tushar expressed his enthusiasm for joining STL, saying, “There is strong global momentum around building digital infrastructure, especially 5G and Fibre to the Home networks. STL has been taking great strides to design and develop innovative optical solutions for global network creators. I am excited by STL’s growth path and its purpose of transforming billions of lives by connecting the world. I look forward to bolstering STL’s strategy to deliver profitable growth and cement its position in the global market.”
Ankit Agarwal, Managing Director, STL, commented on Tushar’s appointment, saying, “I warmly welcome Tushar to the STL family. I believe that his rich experience and expertise in capital structuring, treasury management, M&A, strategy, and investor relations will enable our growth ambitions and deliver enhanced value for our customers and shareholders.”