Anish Shah is FICCI's president-elect, to take up role after AGM: ANI

Dr. Anish Shah, MD and CEO, Mahindra Group, will succeed incumbent Subhrakant Panda as President of the apex Chamber at the conclusion of the 96th AGM to be held on December 8-9.

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Anish Shah is FICCI's president-elect, to take up role after AGM: ANI

Industry body FICCI has announced the appointment of Dr. Anish Shah, currently the senior Vice President, as President-elect of the trade association, ANI reported. 

Citing a press release, ANI noted that Dr. Anish Shah, MD and CEO, Mahindra Group, will succeed incumbent Subhrakant Panda as President of the apex Chamber at the conclusion of the 96th AGM to be held on December 8-9, as per a release. 

Besides being a FICCI National Executive Committe office bearer, Shah is also a member of the UK Investment Council, Chair of the Automotive Governors Council, (World Economic Forum), co-chair of the India Alliance of CEOs for Climate Change (World Economic Forum) and Co-chair of the India Australia CEO Council, the FICCI release noted. 

Shah who was with GE Capital India before Mahindra, holds a PhD from Cargenie Mellon's Tepper School of Business, and a post graduate diploma in management from IIM, Ahmedabad. 


 

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