BSE's Chief Information Security Officer Files For Resignation

BSE's Shivkumar Pandey's resignation will come into effect from December 4
BSE building in Mumbai
BSE building in Mumbai

Shivkumar Pandey, Bombay Stock Exchange's (BSE) Chief Information Security Officer (Key Management personnel & Senior Management) has filed for his resignation in order to pursue another opportunity.

His resignation will come into effect from close of business hours on December 4.

Moreover, BSE's Chief – Special Projects (Key Management personnel & Senior Management), Nayan Mehta, has also filed for his resignation due to personal and health reasons. His resignation will be effective from October 12.

“As discussed, I wish to inform you that I would like to tender my resignation from the post of Chief Information Security Officer of SSE LTD to take up another opportunity. I request you to accept my Resignation and relieve me from my duties before 4th Dec 2023,” Pandey said in his resignation letter.

“Please accept this letter as formal intimation of my resignation from the position of Chief - Special Projects due to personal and health reasons. My period of over 11 years at BSE has been a memorable experience which I shall cherish forever. am thankful to BSE Board members and yourself for being very supportive and ever caring during my tenure at BSE. I request you to kindly relieve me on or before Thursday, 12th October, 2023,” Mehta said in his resignation letter.

The exchange will now initiate the process of identifying suitable replacements for these key management positions.

BSE shares have seen a stellar rally this year as BSE stock price has jumped nearly 41 percent in one month and 113 percent in three months.

At 3:30 pm, BSE was trading at Rs 1,276.90 apiece.

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