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Air India appoints P. Balaji as Group Head GRC & Corporate Affairs
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Air India appoints P. Balaji as Group Head GRC & Corporate Affairs

| @indiablooms | 03 Jan 2024, 09:10 pm

Gurugram: Air India Wednesday announced the appointment of P. Balaji in a newly created role of Group Head- Governance, Regulatory, Compliance (GRC) and Corporate Affairs.

Balaji assumes his role at Air India on 11 January 2024, and will report to Air India CEO & MD, Campbell Wilson, the company said in a press release.

He will oversee the government affairs, legal, ethics, sustainability, and corporate communications functions at Air India, among others.

“Balaji started his career with Tata Administrative Services and has rich experience of over 30 years in Telecom & IT Sector in diverse functions including regulatory policy, compliance, sales, product management, marketing, strategy, M&A and operations,” the release said.

He joins Air India after nearly a decade-long stint at Vodafone Idea Limited, where he spearheaded the regulatory and public policy functions, it added.

Announcing Balaji’s appointment, Campbell Wilson, CEO & MD of Air India, said: “We are pleased to have Balaji on board. Having worked in the regulatory and policy space, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will be valuable to the ongoing transformation at Air India.”

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