Dun & Bradstreet India Appoints New Managing Director

Dun & Bradstreet India Appoints New Managing Director

Dun & Bradstreet, a global provider of data and analytics, has appointed Avinash Gupta as its new Managing Director (MD) for India. Avinash will lead Dun & Bradstreet’s continued work to enhance the breadth and depth of its local data and provide market-leading solutions and insights to help businesses in India to thrive.


In his new role, Avinash is responsible for the execution of Dun & Bradstreet India’s business strategy and ongoing transformation, including the expansion of digital solutions and integration capabilities to support clients of all sizes from MSME through to Enterprise.  He reports directly to Neeraj Sahai, President of Dun & Bradstreet’s International business, and will leverage his previous experience and deep domestic network to help clients use data and analytics to deliver a competitive edge.


Avinash is an execution-focused, senior executive with a strong global background, more than three decades of experience and a vast network of business relationships across the financial services sector. Prior to joining Dun & Bradstreet, Avinash worked for Rabo Equity Advisors where he had been MD since 2018.


His previous roles include leading Deloitte’s Financial Advisory Services in India, several leadership positions within global investment banking at HSBC, and roles at UBS, ING and Citibank.


Sahai, President – International, Dun & Bradstreet said, “India continues to be an important market for Dun & Bradstreet’s international business and is key to our growth strategy. Avinash’s significant experience in a broad range of roles will be invaluable as Dun & Bradstreet continues to expand over the coming years. His strategic acumen, industry experience and market knowledge will be instrumental to delivering value for our clients and supporting businesses in India with their growth ambitions.”


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