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BMW appointed Vikram Pawah as Group President in India, will take over new responsibilities from August 1


Vikram Pawah to take charge of BMW Group India from August

new Delhi. German car manufacturer BMW has appointed Vikram Pawah as the chairman of BMW Group in India. He will take over the responsibility from August 1, according to a company release and will replace Arlindo Aixeira, the group's chief finance officer, working interim for the post.

This responsibility was given to Arlindo Aixeira after the untimely demise of BMW India President and Chief Executive Rudratej Singh in April. He will also continue to look after his current job as chief executive of the company's Australia and New Zealand business. Pawah came to the company in 2017 as the chairman of BMW India. In 2018, he was given the responsibility of Australia and New Zealand.

Hendrick van Kuenheim, Senior Vice President of BMW Group, said that Vikram Pawah has shown his capabilities by being vigorous in both the India and Australia markets in the fiercely competitive markets of expensive cars. He said that India holds a significant place in the priorities for BMW. There are good prospects for growth and development of luxury cars.

This post was published on June 20, 2020 3:51 pm

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