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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is Aptech Chairman

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Mumbai , Nov. 7

COMPUTER training company Aptech Ltd now has prominent equity investor - Mr Rakesh Jhunjhunwala - as Chairman on its newly constituted board of directors.

In fact, the new board consists of several known names in financial investment as well as from the corporate world. This follows the recent change of promoters at Aptech. The executive team continues to be led by Mr Pramod Khera, CEO and Managing Director, Aptech Ltd, said a news release from the company.

The other members on the board are: Mr Asit Koticha, Managing Director at institutional brokerage and corporate finance firm Ask Raymond James; Mr Raman Damani, Managing Director of Ramesh Damani Finance Ltd; Mr Ashish Pant, MD, Farrallon Capital.

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