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Religare Enterprises Group CEO, Shachindra Nath steps down

16-April-2016
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Religare Enterprises Group CEO, Shachindra Nath steps down

Religare Group CEO, Shachindra Nath, has stepped down from his position and Sunil Godhwani, Chairman and Managing Director, Religare Enterprises Ltd. will henceforth be working directly with the CEO’s and management teams at Religare.

 Religare has steadily and successfully evolved from being a standalone broking firm to a diversified financial services group with a significant and meaningful industry standing across all businesses.

Religare Enterprises offers financial services through its underlying subsidiaries and operating entities, includes Loans to Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)'s, Capital Markets, Wealth Management, Health insurance and Asset Management.

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