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Mukund Rajan steps down as Chief Ethics Officer, Tata Group

16-March-2018
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Mukund Rajan steps down as Chief Ethics Officer, Tata Group

Here is news of another high profile exit from the Tata Group. Mukund Rajan, Chief Ethics Officer Tata Group has stepped down from his role. According to some reports, Rajan may start his own venture in the coming months.
Rajan was earlier Chief Brand Custodian and a member of group executive council set up by former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry in 2013. He was recently in the news for his proposed bid to acquire the fiber assets of Tata’s telecom business, Tata Teleservices backed by private equity and pension funds, including TPG.
Rajan has been with Tata Sons for two decades after starting his career as a Tata Administrative Service (TAS) Officer.

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