According to sources, Infosys is relocating its services from Russia to other worldwide delivery centres. The move comes as UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak faces rising pressure over Infosys’ Russian operation, a business in which his wife, Akshata Murty, owns a stake.
Infosys is transferring services from Russia to other worldwide delivery centres, according to sources, but they did not elaborate. There are fewer than 100 Infosys employees in Russia, and the situation of local employees and whether they will be relocated could not be determined immediately.
“We do not have any remarks,” Infosys responded to a PTI emailed enquiry. The UK has previously imposed broad sanctions on Russian corporations and individuals, with Sunak urging all UK enterprises to think twice before investing in Russia.
in Russia as a result of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Sunak, the son-in-law of Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy, was challenged on life why his counsel to businesses was not being followed within his own home, in light of the harsh sanctions imposed on Russia.
The minister emphasised that individual enterprises’ activities were their responsibility.
According to a statement released by Infosys earlier this month, the international software services company supports and strives for peace between Russia and Ukraine.
“Infosys has a small team of personnel based in Russia that services some of our global clients locally,” the statement stated. We have no active business relationships with Russian companies in the area.
In times of crisis, one of Infosys’ top priorities is to continue to serve the community. The corporation has pledged a one-million-dollar donation to aid efforts for Ukrainian war victims.