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Mytrah Energy appoints new CEO and CFO

Vikram Kailas, currently chief financial officer, becomes Mytrah Energy’s new chief executive.
Mytrah Energy appoints new CEO and CFO
The new CEO and CFO are 'ideal' to take Mytrah forward, says Ravi Kailas

Mytrah Energy Ltd (LON:MYT) has announced a series of senior management changes which include the hiring of a new chief executive.

Vikram Kailas, currently chief financial officer, has now become the company’s new chief executive taking over the role from Ravi Kailas, who retains his role as chairman.

Shirish Navlekar has now been appointed as Mytrah’s new chief financial officer, stepping up from the prior roles of chief financial officer and joint managing director at subsidiary level.

"I am delighted to announce the appointments of Vikram Kailas and Shirish Navlekar as Mytrah Energy Limited's new CEO and CFO respectively,” Ravi Kailas said in a statement.

“The combination of their past experience and successful tenure at Mytrah make them ideal to lead the company forward."

Mytrah noted that chief executive and chief financial officer are both non-board positions, and its board still comprises Ravi Kailas as Chairman and Rohit Phansalkar and Russell Walls as Independent Non-Executive Directors.

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