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Sandeep Chaudhary to speak at ICCSL - CIMA Awards


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Aon Hewitt Consulting India Chief Executive Officer and Aon Asia Pacific Leadership Team Member Sandeep Chaudhary will deliver the key note address at The ‘Most Admired Companies of Sri Lanka 2018’ awards on 9 September. 

Chaudhary partners with leading industry forums as a thought leader, and is a speaker in several annual seminars and international HR forums, such as The Conference Board, EIU, NHRD India. Chaudhary has authored various articles and shared perspectives on management issues in leading Indian media publications and news channels, such as The Economic Times, Business Standard, CNBC and NDTV etc.

He joined Aon Hewitt from Watson Wyatt, where he set up the Rewards consulting practice in India. Before Watson Wyatt, he had a useful stint in executive search with Amrop.

The event is organised by the International Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Sri Lanka Division, in association with the Daily FT and AIA Insurance. The event will be held at the Shangri La Hotel Colombo on 9 September at 7.00 p.m. The Chief Guest will be Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. 


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