Seagate Technology, a storage solutions company, named Ravi Naik chief information officer. Prior to joining Seagate, Naik was senior VP of technology at Katerra, a technology startup. Before Katerra, he was SanDisk’s chief information officer. He began his career in 1993 in India, working for HP. He joined 3Com in 1997, and spent the next seven years there, leading software development teams. In 2005, he joined Mercury Interactive. In 2007, he joined SanDisk and remained with the organization through its sale to Western Digital in 2016. Naik holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Mumbai.

Markel International appointed Deepika Mathur to lead its entry into the Indian market. Capacity will be provided by Markel’s Syndicate 3000 at Lloyd’s and written through the Lloyd’s India platform, based in Mumbai. Most recently she was executive VP at HDFC Ergo, the Indian/German joint venture general insurance company, with responsibility for the casualty and financial lines business. Earlier positions included four years as head of financial products for Marsh in India.

HSBC Private Banking, Americas named Vikram Singh regional structured product specialist. Singh has six years of experience in roles covering derivative-based hedging and monetization strategies as well as structured investment solutions for both institutional and high net-worth clients across the equity, credit and foreign exchange markets. He most recently worked as part of HSBC’s structured product and derivatives sales team within global markets.

Charter Communications Inc. named Vikram Nangia senior VP of credit and collections. Nangia joins Charter after 16 years with the American Express Company where he served in a number of leadership positions including, most recently, as executive VP of world service. Prior to American Express, he worked at Philip Morris Inc. Nangia holds an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan, an M.A. in economics from the State University of New York and a B.A. in economics from the University of Delhi in India.

• The Ad2pro Group, a technology-enabled marketing services pioneer providing strategy, creative and content automation for global brands and media companies, named Vikram Menon president of global operations. Menon was previously at OgilvyOne Worldwide and Neo@Ogilvy. Menon has served multi-national brands from India for two decades, including IBM, Diageo, BMW, SC Johnson, and American Express, and most notably led the development of Lenovo's offshore operation for Ogilvy.

Mahesh Narang has been named VP of Cummins Emission Solutions. During his 15 years with Cummins, Narang has held a number of critical roles, including chief operating officer for the Cummins India ABO and leader of the Industrial Engine Business in India.

Ernst & Young announced that Rani Bhuva was promoted to principal from senior manager and is part of the EY Advisory practice in San Francisco. She joined EY in 2009 and has deep experience serving a broad spectrum of financial services clients with the application of advanced analytical techniques to support revenue and capital optimization and regulatory and accounting transformation. Bhuva graduated from MIT with dual Bachelor of Science degrees.

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