5 Top Level Executives Who Have Resigned Recently

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Many automobile companies have seen a shuffle with their top level executives. Some of them just take another position, move higher up the ladder or some have quit the company where as a few chose to retire.

In recent times, many top level executives have chosen to quit their current post and take up positions with other companies and some even resigned to work with competitors.

In our list today, we take a look at 5 top level executives who have quit or resigned recently, either due to lack of performance or because there was a better offer that suited them.

1. Sandeep Singh: Deputy Managing Director, Toyota India

Sandeep Singh has resigned from his job, just after a year since Singh moved to the Bangkok office, where he was serving as the Executive Managing Coordinator for Engineering and Manufacturing. Singh played a key role in the success of Toyota's MPVs and led the Etios and Liva projects. He is assumed to take up a job with Tata-Hitachi.

2. Vinod Sahay: Head of Sales and Marketing for Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors

Vinod Sahay, head of sales and marketing for intermediate and medium and heavy commercial vehicles at Tata Motors resigned and is currently serving his notice period with the company. Sahay played a huge role in the company like heading the bigger truck division and also leading several other strategic initiatives of the commercial vehicles business unit. He will Join Mahindra Two Wheelers as the company's Chief Operating Officer.

3. Moloy Chowdhury: CEO, Hindustan Motors

Moloy Chowdhury, the Chief Executive Officer Of Hindustan Motors, which once produced the iconic Ambassador cars resigned with immediate effect. Moloy Chowdhury took over as the Chief Executive Officer of Hindustan Motors on the 10th of May 2014.

4. Ranjit Yadav: President for Car Division, Tata Motors

Ranjit Yadav resigned his post since his performance was not very appreciated by the company. Yadav was sidelined after Tata Motors recently appointed Mayank Pareek, who was formerly working for Maruti Suzuki.

5. Naresh Kumar Rattan: Executive Director, Force Motors

Naresh Kumar Rattan, the Executive Director of Force Motors resigned his position with the company to join the Sonalika Group earlier this year. He has taken up the role of Director, Sales & Marketing, for Sonalika Group's all three business verticals. Naresh has over twenty years of experience in the automotive field, with 12 of those with Honda Motorcycles.

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Story first published: Tuesday, June 16, 2015, 15:49 [IST]
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