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Razorpay hires Tushar Tarun as new GC from Ingenico/EBS

Tushar Tarun joins Razorpay from Ingenico-EBS
Tushar Tarun joins Razorpay from Ingenico-EBS

Mumbai-based India legal head of payments provider Ingenico Group, Tushar Tarun, is joining online payments start-up Razorpay as its director legal.

He will be heading up a team of around five.

Tarun had worked at Indian Oil in 2010 after graduating from NLSIU Bangalore, followed by time at Sarthak & Advocates in Delhi, ICICI Bank in Mumbai, and the Ingenico Group in Mumbai.

French payments conglomerate Ingenico had bought one of the earliest and largest Indian payments portals, EBS, in 2011.

Tarun is succeeding Manjunath Ambale in the top legal role at Razorpay; Ambale had left the company earlier this month.

Tushar Tarun Work history Oct 2018 - Mar 2020: Head Legal India, Ingenico Group (Mumbai Area) Apr 2018 - Oct 2018: Senior Legal Counsel, Ingenico Group (Mumbai Area) Oct 2016 - Mar 2018: Legal Counsel, Ingenico Group (Mumbai Area) Mar 2015 - Oct 2016: Senior Manager, ICICI BankFull-time (Mumbai Area) May 2014 - Mar 2015: Senior Specialist , TrafiguraFull-time (Mumbai Area) Dec 2011 - Jan 2014: Legal Counsel, Sarthak Advocates & SolicitorsFull-time (New Delhi Area) Aug 2010 - Dec 2011: Law Officer, Indian Oil Corporation LimitedFull-time (Guwahati Area) Education National Law School of India University, B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), Law
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