N Chandrasekaran to lead Tata Electronics

Chandrasekaran will succeed Banmali Agrawala, who has held the position for several years and has recently taken on an advisory role within the group.

N Chandrasekaran to lead Tata Electronics

Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran is set to assume the role of chairman at Tata Electronics, a significant move that came right after the Tata group’s commitment to its $14 billion investment in the semiconductor business.

Chandrasekaran will succeed Banmali Agrawala, who has held the position for several years and has recently taken on an advisory role within the group.

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In addition to this Tata Electronics has made several key appointments to bolster its semiconductor expertise. Srinivas Satya, formerly country president of the semiconductor products group at Applied Materials, joined as chief supply chain officer and president of components business in January 2024.

The Incumbent leader N. Chandrasekaran is poised to capitalize on the growing opportunities in the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing sectors, leveraging the Tata group’s vast resources and expertise to drive its ambitious growth plans.

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