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Infosys CEO’s salary increases to 77cr per Year

In the latest reports of the company, Infosys LTD Chief executive officer Salil Parekh’s Income has increased by 88% to 79.75cr per annum.

Increase of salary

Although, only ₹11 crore is fixed while ₹68.75 crore is performance-based remuneration.

Besides, the chief executive of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS), Rajesh Gopinath received a total compensation ₹25.8 crore during FY22.

Though Salil Parekh has been reappointed as CEO & MD of the company.

He will commence on July 1, 2022 as CEO and MD again and will end on 31st March, 2027.


Moreover, the mean hikes at Indian IT service companies range between 4-8%.

Infosys total shareholder return was up 314% under the leadership of Salil Parekh.

The TSR marked benchmark indices of Nifty at 77% and S&P 500 at 117%.

Even the market’s capitalisation increased under his leadership by above Rs 5,77,000 crore (about $69 billion).

In addition, before the appointment of Salil as a CEO and Md, the company’s TSR was 30% but the tenure increased to 47% under his leadership.

The company’s revenue developed to Rs 1,21,641 crore (fiscal 2022), a CAGR of 15% and the profit also increased from ₹16,029 crore to ₹22,110 crore.

Under Salil’s leadership, Infosys beheaded its market-differentiation strategy.

However, it doubled the share of digital revenue from 25.5% (fiscal 2018) to 57.0% (fiscal 2022).

CEO’s strategy

Salil Parekh wrote to shareholders that, We are starting to see inflation across several markets in the world.

The interest rate increases, with the European conflict and continuing covid-19 impact in some geographies creating supply chain constraints.

While our demand outlook is strong, we remain vigilant to ensure we are agile and evolve our approach with the changing dynamics’.

‘As I look ahead, nonetheless, I remain more optimistic than ever,

We are especially well-positioned to be the provider of choice with the set of capabilities that are most relevant to our clients,’ Parekh added.



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