Bajaj Finserv’s Sanjiv Bajaj takes over as CII President

Sanjiv Bajaj, Chairman and Managing Director of Bajaj Finserv Ltd has assumed office as the President of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) for 2022-23 on Thursday. He takes over from T V Narendran, CEO & Managing Director of Tata Steel Ltd.

Pawan Munjal, Chairman and CEO, Hero MotoCorp Ltd has taken over as CII President-Designate for 2022-23 while R Dinesh, Executive Vice Chairman, TVS Supply Chain Solutions takes over as Vice President for this period.

A CII statement said that Bajaj has been engaged with CII for many years at the State, Regional and National level. He was the President-Designate for 2021-22 and the Chairman of the Western Region during 2019-20.

Bajaj has led CII National Committees on Insurance & Pensions and CII Taskforce on Fintech. He is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School, USA and a Member of the Board of Indian School of Business (ISB), Member of the International Advisory Board (IAB), Allianz SE and the International Technology Advisory Panel (ITAP) of Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and Regional Stewardship Board for India and South Asia 2019-2020 of the World Economic Forum.

He has several awards to his credit including AIMA’s Managing India Award’s Entrepreneur of the year 2019, and ET’s Business Leader of the year 2018.

A CII statement said that Munjal has been closely associated with the institution for almost 30 years. He has been the Chairman of CII Northern Region during 1996-97 and has led several CII National Committees including on Sports, Environment and Technology & Innovation.

According to CII, Dinesh has been associated with them for more than two decades. He has been the Chairman of CII Southern Region during 2018-19 and has held several positions in CII as Chairman of National Committees on Logistics, CII Family Business Network India Chapter Council, CII Tamil Nadu State Council, CII Institute of Logistics Advisory Council.

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