Rajashekara Maiya serves as Vice President and Global Head for Business Consulting at Infosys Finacle. He is a seasoned Banking Technology, Regulation and Compliance expert and has over 25 years’ experience in the industry.
He is responsible for Business Consulting at Finacle, which includes Pre-sale, Solution Architecture, Account Mining and Digital offerings. Previously he was responsible for charting the product strategy of Finacle, the flagship banking solution of Infosys. This role included responsibility for, defining the detailed product roadmap, Strategic acquisition & alliance partner identification & management, client engagement and representation of the company with external stakeholders such as analysts and media. Before taking over as the Head for Business Consulting, he was responsible for the Cloud Business for Finacle, which included charting strategies for Cloud Hosting and working with Cloud Infrastructure providers. Further, he was responsible for the Ecosystem collaboration and bringing out point applications in the banking space and Fintech engagements and was instrumental in launching the Blockchain Solution.
Maiya specializes in risk management, regulations and compliance and has been quoted on these and other topics in numerous publications. He is also visiting faculty to many universities, and speaks regularly at SIBOS, Asian Banker, MEED and other conferences. He is on the expert panel of the McKinsey Quarterly, a member of the XBRL Abstract Modelling Task Force (AMTF) Group.
Maiya is the co-author of book “SMACing the Bank” which was released in November 2017 and holds patents and pending patent granting in areas such as partner portals, delivery channels, offline banking and customer experience.
Prior to joining Infosys, Maiya was an audit manager with an accountancy practice. He holds a master’s degree in commerce, specializing in banking, costing and taxation, and is an Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He has completed the Executive Certification of Graduate Business School at Stanford University-USA.
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