Vikram Limaye is the chief executive of India's National Stock Exchange. He was named to that position in February of 2017 as the exchange geared up for its initial public offering that year. The appointment, which will have to be approved by the market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), and NSE's shareholders, is for five years. He is also the CEO of the infrastructure lender IDFC Ltd.
Limaye will be the first head of NSE to come from outside the ranks of the exchange's founding team since it was set up in 1992. He has been with IDFC since 2005.
Limaye was also appointed by the Indian Supreme Court last month to a four-member committee to oversee the functioning of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. He is a chartered accountant. He has worked on Wall Street in a variety of roles in investment banking, capital markets and structured finance and has been part of various government committees and industry associations.
Limaye has an MBA in finance from the Wharton School.
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