Mumbai: The board of Tata International Limited, the global trading and distribution company, announced the appointment of Deepak Premnarayen as Non-Executive Director with effect from 1st August 2016. Further, the board announced that Arun Kumar Vora will be retiring as Director on 14th August 2016 after a distinguished tenure and long association with Tata International.
Mr. Premnarayen is the Executive Chairman and founder of ICS Group, a real estate, asset management and financial services company that is headquartered in Mumbai and is involved in executing projects across India and Africa. He has a diverse career spanning four decades across the Indian corporate sector and has been following his entrepreneurial aspirations since 1995.
His other directorships include Noida Toll Bridge Company Ltd, FirstRand Bank, South Africa and Triangle Real Estate India Fund LLC. He is a member of FirstRand’s Directors’ Affairs and Governance Committee and the Chairman of FirstRand Bank India Advisory Board.
He is actively involved in various social responsibility projects in the medical domain as well as education for underprivileged and visually and hearing impaired children. He has led and is involved in several CII committees and is the champion of a number of African countries. He has led CII’s business delegations to Libya, Norway, Sweden and South Africa. He is currently the President designate of the Indian Merchants’ Chamber.
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