Mavinakere spent 18 years at Infosys and was its CFO for three years, making up the dream team that revived Infosys.
Infosys whistleblower complaint: Shades of Satyam fiasco; US is epicentre of both firms, but auditors can still redeem themselves
The US SEC is taking up cudgels for American investors. It is in the fitness of things that SEBI should bat for the Indian investors in Infosys
Infosys headed for more trouble; SEBI may seek clarification on whistleblower's complaint, says report
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) may seek clarification from Infosys' management on charges level levelled by the whistle-blower
Infosys to probe whistleblower allegations 'to fullest extent', says chairman Nandan Nilekani; shares tank over 14%
Parekh and Roy have been accused of indulging in unethical practices, according to media reports, after the whistleblower's group, called Ethical Employees, reportedly sent a complaint to the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the Infosys board against him.
Roy will take over charge from Jayesh Sanghrajka, who was appointed as interim finance head in November, after the departure of MD Ranganath.
On 18 August, Ranganath, fondly known as Ranga, who has been working with Infosys for close to two decades, resigned in a surprise move that raises questions about stability at the country's second largest IT services firm.
Narayana Murthy's comments assume significance given the protracted stand-off in the past between him and the previous Infosys management over issues of corporate governance and severance package doled out to former executives like Rajiv Bansal
Infosys files settlement plea with Sebi on ex-CFO Rajiv Bansal's severance pay, neither admits nor denies wrongdoing
Infosys, under new chairman Nandan Nilekani, moved the application as part of its attempt to settle the issues that had cropped up during the tenure of former CEO Vishal Sikka.