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Cairn India CEO, CFO quit firm

Gasoil News - Published on Mon, 15 Apr 2019

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Cairn India chief executive Mr Sudhir Mathur has resigned from the company, the fourth CEO to quit the firm since it was taken over by mining billionaire Mr Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta Group seven years back. Along with Mathur, Pankaj Kalra, the chief financial officer of Cairn India, which is now a part of Vedanta Ltd after its merger with the parent, has also resigned, sources privy to the development said.

Mr Mathur resigned about a month back and his resignation was made public only last week, the sources said. He is currently serving notice period which is technically up to May-end, but may leave the company by the end of April. Kalra quit a couple of months back.

Prior to these resignations, Suniti Bhat, Director Oil & Gas and Member – Executive Committee at the company, resigned about six months back which was followed by the firm's chief internal audit and risk assurance director Arup Chakraborty quitting the company.

A company spokesperson confirming the resignations said that "Such movements in management are part of natural evolution in any organization, and are in line with career aspirations and personal priorities of individuals. Having a strong and healthy leadership pipeline is the key in a high growth organisation like ours. We want to emphasise here that these movements are unconnected and have been spread over a period of time."

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Mon, 15 Apr 2019
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