ShareChat, has appointed Manohar Charan as Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategic Finance.
With over 11 years of experience in investment banking, mergers and acquisition (M&A), investor relations and strategic finance, Manohar has worked with companies like Zomato, Uber, Royal Bank of Scotland, PropTiger-Housing.com and many more. Manohar will lead the Investor Relations, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Strategic Finance and Legal functions at ShareChat. Prior to ShareChat, Manohar was the Vice President at Zomato where he was instrumental in setting up the financial planning and analysis (FP&A) team. Manohar was also in a leadership role at Uber where he was heading Strategic Finance for India and South Asia.
Manohar has led a series of M&A transactions when he was with PropTiger, including acquisitions like Housing.com and Makaan.com. At ShareChat, he will be reporting to Ankush Sachdeva,co-founder and CEO.
Welcoming Manohar to ShareChat, Ankush Sachdeva, co-founder and CEO, ShareChat said, “Manohar brings strong expertise in corporate finance, M&A and investor relations. He is a proven business leader with strong strategic acumen, financial expertise and operational focus. He will be a valued member of our leadership team as we continue to execute on our long-term strategy.”
Joining ShareChat, Manohar Charan, Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategic Finance said, “It gives me immense pleasure to have the opportunity of working with a company that is pioneering the regional narrative in the internet space. Today, ShareChat is building a homegrown social media platform to cater to the next internet wave the nation is yet to witness. I am looking forward to contributing to the company’s growth with respect to my core area of expertise. I am thankful to the founders and the board for their trust and confidence in me, and we will together build ShareChat as India’s first successful social media company.”
Alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad and IIT Kanpur, Manohar has worked across Hong Kong, Singapore and India. Over the past 5 years, he has developed the skill-set of building, scaling and efficiently running internet first businesses with a sharp focus on unit economics and fiscal prudence.