Raj Banerji has been appointed
as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Apollo Tyres Ltd. He takes over from
Sunam Sarkar. Sarkar was recently redesignated as the President & Chief
Business Officer of the company and posted to Singapore. Raj’s last assignment
was with one of India’s largest private companies, where he worked as Chief
Financial Officer for the Refining business. Prior to that, he had a 20 year
career with BP (formerly British Petroleum) in various leadership roles in Oil
Exploration, Commodity Trading, Marketing and Refining. With a total of 24
years of working experience in Europe, Middle East, and Asia, Raj has handled
key functions such as Investor Relations, Corporate Finance, Planning &
Performance Management & Risk Management. Raj will report to Neeraj Kanwar,
Vice Chairman & MD, Apollo Tyres Ltd. Kanwar said, “We are on the cusp of
our next phase of growth globally. Having a person like Raj join our global
team at this crucial time, with a strong international experience, will provide further impetus to
this growth, and at the same time, contribute to the organisation’s overall
financial health and stability.”
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