In the latest round of executive shuffle, General Motors has named Dhivya Suryadevara GM vice president, Finance and Treasurer, effective July 1st. Suryadevara replaces Niharika Taskar Ramdev, who will take her new position as chief financial officer of GM International.
Suryadevara will retain her current responsibilities as CEO and chief investment officer of GM Asset Management.
“Dhivya’s experience in leading our asset management team will serve her well in this important role for the company,” said Chuck Stevens, GM executive vice president and chief financial officer. “I’m confident that she will build on the great work the team has accomplished under Niharika’s leadership. Niharika has done an excellent job over the past year as we improved our investment grade ratings and introduced a comprehensive capital allocation framework.”
Suryadevara will be responsible for global treasury operations including capital planning, capital market activities, worldwide banking and participate in business development, risk management and investor relations. She was named chief investment officer of GM Asset Management in 2013, where she kept tabs on $80 billion in assets across various GM benefit plans.
Suryadevara has been employed with General Motors since 2004.