With the appointment of Jatin Khanna as Head Of Corporate Development, Raymond Limited has reinforced its executive leadership team. Jatin joins Raymond during a period of business consolidation, bringing with him substantial leadership experience and skills from previous jobs spanning two decades.
In terms of shareholder value development and corporate governance, Jatin will collaborate with Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director. He will also be in charge of Raymond’s secretarial and legal departments.
He is a flexible leader with experience in equity and structured financing, mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisation, investor relations, and financial planning and analysis.
Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director said, “Raymond believes in nurturing and growing each of its businesses and Jatin has an impressive track record of helping companies strategically identify and capitalize on new business opportunities. I welcome Jatin to the leadership team at Raymond which stands at the threshold of an exciting phase of growth and market expansion across its business segments.”
“Raymond is one of the most iconic brandsin the country with its nine decadal legacy and a strong management team. There are many exciting corporate initiatives being undertaken and planned under the able leadership of Mr. Gautam Hari Singhania. I look forward to contributing my learnings and experience garnered over the years in the planning and execution of the aforesaid initiatives further enhance the value proposition for Raymond stakeholders in the rapidly growing market,” said Jatin Khanna.
Prior joining Raymond, Jatin was with Max Group where he was associated with the group for almost 15 years. He has played various roles during his stint. In his last assignment as CFO for Max Financial Services Ltd, he was leading Corporate Finance, Governance, and family office for the Group. He has also led the Merger of Healthcare business with Radiant Life Care [backed by KKR]. For this, Jatin has won the M&A award in “The CFO Power List 2019” for demerger and merger of hospitals.