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Hari’s son Satish appointed to Carson Board

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Satish Selvanathan has been appointed as the Alternate Director to his father Hari Selvanathan on the Board of Carson Cumberbatch Plc, with effect from today.

Hari is the Deputy Chairman of Carson, whilst Satish will be joining Krishna, the son of Director Mano Selvanathan, who is an Alternate Director to his father on the Carson Board.

Satish holds an MBA with Honours from Columbia Business School and an undergraduate degree in Engineering, Economics and Management from Oxford University.

He is currently responsible for the turnaround effort at Premium OIls and Fats, the downstream subsidiary of Goodhope Holdings. Previously he was a Consultant at The Boston Consulting Group  in New York, where he specialised in developing and implementing turnaround strategies for clients in the financial services, consumer and healthcare space. Prior to BCG, Satish worked at Barclays Capital in London, where he was an Associate Director on the Asset0backed Securities trading desk.

He also sits on the Leadership Board of the Primary Care Development Corporation, a New York City based non-profit that provides for primary care facilities in underserved communities in New York State.

The new Board of Directors of Carson Cumberbatch comprises Tilak De Zoysa (Chairman), Hari Selvanathan (Deputy Chairman), Mano  Selvanthan, P. Isreal, D.C.R. Gunawardena, S.K. Shah, P.C.P. Tissera, V.P. Malalasekera, M. Moonesingha, F. Mohideen, K. Selvanathan (alternate Director to Mano Selvanthan), S. Selvanathan (Alternate to Hari Selvanathan) and R. Theagarajah.

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