Not In Town | @notintownlive | 20 Sep 2019
New Delhi: The Board of Directors of InterGlobe Aviation Limited (IndiGo) unanimously approved the appointment of Pallavi Shardul Shroff as Independent Woman Director with effect from Sept 19.
Shroff is the Managing Partner of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. with over 37 years of extensive experience.
Shroff is the Head of the Dispute Resolution practice at the Firm, with a knowledge in matters of litigation and arbitration. She is a member of the Competition Law Review Committee, constituted by the Government of India to ensure that the legislation is in tune with the changing business environment.
Reacting to her appointment, Shroff said, "I am pleased to join the Board of Directors at such a pivotal moment in IndiGo’s journey as it progresses towards strengthening its position as India’s leading airline. The aviation sector in India is among the fastest growing internationally and that makes IndiGo’s story and goals quite compelling.
I look forward to contributing my experience to support the company in enhancing its growth and maximizing value for its shareholders.”
M. Damodaran, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company said, “We are delighted to welcome Ms Pallavi Shardul Shroff as an Independent Director on the Board of InterGlobe Aviation Limited.
Her rich boardroom experience, her deep and extensive knowledge of law, her analytical bent of mind and her problem-solving attitude will considerably strengthen the Board, as it seeks to provide quality leadership to the company.”
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