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New CEO for Arcil

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Mumbai, July 25

Mr S. Khasnobis has been appointed as the Managing Director and CEO of Asset Reconstruction Company (India) Ltd (Arcil). He has an experience of about 25 years in banking particularly in project finance, structured finance and stressed asset resolution. Before deputation to Arcil, he was heading the Special Assets Management Group of ICICI Bank.

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