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Rattan Chugh joins Times Internet as chief people officer
Lipi Agrawal | HRKatha | New Delhi | Wednesday, 01 March 2017

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Chugh moved in from Standard Chartered, while Vivek Pandey joined in from the Tata Group as the vice president of growth and analytics.

In a bid to continue to strengthen its leadership team, Times Internet recently announced the addition of two experienced and proven corporate leaders to its senior management team. Rattan Chugh joined in as the new chief people officer from Standard Chartered, while Vivek Pandey joined in from the Tata Group as the vice president of growth and analytics.

Chugh, who earlier held the role of executive vice president & head of global HR shared services at Standard Chartered Bank, has over 25 years of experience with diverse companies ranging from leading multinationals to startups. He will be at the forefront of the people strategy at Times Internet.

The former country head for Fidelity Investments in India, also founded Cornerstone Portfolio Services. He held the position of executive vice president–head of global HR shared services at the Standard Chartered Bank for over two years before joining Times Internet. At Standard Chartered, he was responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction to the multi-location global HR shared services teams in Chennai, Bangalore and Tianjin.

Welcoming the new joinees, Gautam Sinha, CEO, Times Internet said, "At this critical juncture in our trajectory, where we are set out to make Times Internet stronger than ever before; I am pleased to welcome Rattan and Vivek into the leadership team.”

While talking of the appointments, Sinha added, “Rattan’s career journey and aspirations are in complete alignment with the vision that we have for Times Internet. It is this alignment of purpose and perspective, that gives us the confidence in his anchoring of the most important aspect of our

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