ACG appoints V Ashok as Group Chief Financial Officer

ACG, a supplier of fully integrated solutions to the global pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry, has appointed V. Ashok as Group CFO. In his new role he will drive global growth, strengthen corporate governance, and build a future ready organization.

Ashok has more than 30 years of global experience. His experience includes decades of managing global investors, improving business performance, business planning, acquisitions and building future-fit governance mechanisms.

He joins ACG from the Liberty Group in London where he was last associated as the Group CFO. He has previously held leadership positions with various multi-national companies including Essar Group and Majan Glass co Muscat.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Karan Singh, MD, ACG, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ashok to the ACG family. His rich experience in leading the financial operations of industrial businesses will prove to be valuable in the next stages of ACG’s drive towards a healthier tomorrow. I am confident Ashok will provide strong leadership and will be an excellent addition to the ACG team.”

Ashok added: “ACG is an innovative and exciting company to join, and a pivotal organisation in the pharma manufacturing sector. I look forward to playing an integral part in the next stage of expansion/growth and working with a world-class team.”

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