● Prior to joining BeatO, Siddharth worked with EY India as an Associate Partner, International Tax and Transaction Services
New Delhi, 29 November, 2022: BeatO, a comprehensive digital care platform for controlling and reversing diabetes, today announced the appointment of Siddharth Sehgal as its new CFO.
Mr. Sehgal comes with more than a decade of leadership experience and 20 years of rich and diverse experience in M&A, financial planning and analysis, tax and regulatory matters. He will be responsible for re-orienting the finance function commensurate with BeatO’s scale up plans and assisting in charting out long term strategy at BeatO.
Speaking on his appointment, Gautam Chopra, Co-Founder, BeatO commented, “We are pleased to on board Siddharth as our Chief Financial Officer. His in-depth knowledge and diverse experience will help BeatO in charting its strategic direction and priming the organization for our aggressive growth plans. Siddharth will also be developing a process led organization with a strong governance framework.”
Before joining BeatO, Mr Sehgal was working with EY India as an Associate Partner, where he assisted clients in transaction structuring, deal execution and tax and regulatory matters. Prior to EY, he has worked in leadership roles in professional services with M&A as domain expertise.
Siddharth Sehgal, CFO, BeatO said, “BeatO has been a front runner in making diabetes care accessible and affordable for all and to raise awareness about this condition among fellow citizens. I am inspired by their mission and enthusiasm. They have built a great team and a solid product. I look forward to contributing with my experience as we build BeatO for its next phase of growth.”
Having freshly raised $33 million, BeatO is looking at strengthening their leadership further, as more roles open up within the company. Along with this significant appointment, BeatO has also hired fresh talent from B-schools including ISB, where BeatO was present on Day Zero, and hired for roles across Product, Growth and the Founders Office to keep the momentum going.