Mayank is a global finance leader with experience across three continents. He recently managed a budget of $2.5+ billion for the world's largest eCommerce company, leading investments in innovation projects and launching the retail business in new geographies. He has also helped early-stage and growth companies define their financial roadmaps and growth strategies and enhance their operating profitability. He is a CFA with an MBA from HEC Paris.
Led a team of 25+ AWS consultants and client-team members delivering cloud projects for Fortune 100 companies.
Managed the end-to-end success of migration projects with responsibilities that included defining the project scope, managing primary deliverables, establishing the timeline, optimizing resource allocation, and complying with budget requirements.
Served as the direct counterpart for C-level executives to build the migration strategy and the business case that defined the superior economics of a migration to cloud computing.
Managed and allocated the $2.5+ billion budget for all capital expenditures across the EU with direct ownership of $700+ million in capital expenditures in the UK and Poland.
Partnered with fulfillment centers to build infrastructure forecasting models for capital expenditures of $400+ million across Europe. The forecasting model identified direct savings of $35+ million per year.
Led the development of the business requirement sheet for the launch of new fulfillment centers. This involved partnering with multiple stakeholders including the global design, engineering, real estate, network planning, and supply chain departments to deliver cost-effective solutions commensurate with customer expectations.
Served as the finance partner for all technological improvement, automation, and ROI-driven projects, saving $15 million per year. Built complex forecasting models for fixed costs and capital expenditures for all the fulfillment centers across Europe.
Drove financial analysis for the Turkish launch of the Amazon retail business, delivering market share and fixed and variable expense research as well as constructing a sensitivity analysis across time horizons with various exit strategies.