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Ashish Jasoria to replace Neeraj Sanan as CEO, Focus TV

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Ashish Jasoria to replace Neeraj Sanan as CEO, Focus TV

Jindal Steel & Power’s VP Ashish Jasoria is all set to take over the post of CEO of Focus TV. He will be taking over from Neeraj Sanan.

Neeraj Sanan slated to exit from the Focus TV Group as CEO

Sanan who had joined as CEO in March last year, has just about completed a year in his current role.

Jasoria has more than 22 years of finance experience in both MNC and Indian corporates of repute. Currently, Jasoria is the Vice President of Jindal Steel & Power. Prior to that, he was CFO & Head – Legal & Regulatory at ABP News (MCCS). He has also worked at KPMG Global Services as Chief Operating Officer. He has been Vice President – Finance at WNS Global Services. His other stints include Head of Finance & Accounts at Dalmia Consumercare and COO of Cushman & Wakefield.


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