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Whirlpool of India CFO Yatin Malhotra resigns

New Delhi, Jul 9 (PTI) Consumer durables maker Whirlpool of India Ltd on Thursday announced resignation of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Yatin Malhotra and appointment of Aditya Jain as his replacement.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 09-07-2020 15:37 IST | Created: 09-07-2020 15:31 IST
Whirlpool of India CFO Yatin Malhotra resigns
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New Delhi, Jul 9 (PTI) Consumer durables maker Whirlpool of India Ltd on Thursday announced resignation of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Yatin Malhotra and appointment of Aditya Jain as his replacement. "The Board of Directors at their meeting held today accepted the resignation of Yatin Malhotra from the position of Chief Financial Officer of the company effective 31 August, 2020," Whirlpool of India said in a BSE filing.

The board also approved the appointment of Aditya Jain as CFO of the company with effect from September 1, 2020. Jain joined Whirlpool in 2011.

The company did not disclose the reason for Malhotra's resignation..


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