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Anil Singhvi resigns as non-executive director of FTIL

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Crisis-hit Ltd (FTIL) today said that Anil Singhvi, non-executive director, has resigned from the company's board.

Suresh Salvi (Retd. IAS) has been appointed to fill up the casual vacancy which has been created due to Singhvi's resignation, FTIL said in a filing.



The Board of Directors of 63 moons technologies Ltd (formerly FTIL) today announced that Singhvi has decided to step down as Non-Executive Director to work towards empowerment of minority shareholders, the company said.

Singhvi, who was appointed as non-executive director in November 2014, is Chairman of Ican Investments Advisors and has over 30 years of experience in corporate sector, including with Ambuja Cements.

FTIL is in crisis following the Rs 5,600-crore payment default at its subsidiary National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) in August 2013 affecting 13,000 investors.

Earlier this year, the government had ordered of the scam-hit NSEL with its parent FTIL. The will allow for settlement of Rs 5,600 crore in dues of the now-defunct exchange.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Anil Singhvi resigns as non-executive director of FTIL

Crisis-hit Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) today said that Anil Singhvi, non-executive director, has resigned from the company's board. Suresh Salvi (Retd. IAS) has been appointed to fill up the casual vacancy which has been created due to Singhvi's resignation, FTIL said in a BSE filing. The Board of Directors of 63 moons technologies Ltd (formerly FTIL) today announced that Singhvi has decided to step down as Non-Executive Director to work towards empowerment of minority shareholders, the company said. Singhvi, who was appointed as non-executive director in November 2014, is Chairman of Ican Investments Advisors and has over 30 years of experience in corporate sector, including with Ambuja Cements. FTIL is in crisis following the Rs 5,600-crore payment default at its subsidiary National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) in August 2013 affecting 13,000 investors. Earlier this year, the government had ordered merger of the scam-hit NSEL with its parent FTIL. The merger will allow ... Crisis-hit Ltd (FTIL) today said that Anil Singhvi, non-executive director, has resigned from the company's board.

Suresh Salvi (Retd. IAS) has been appointed to fill up the casual vacancy which has been created due to Singhvi's resignation, FTIL said in a filing.

The Board of Directors of 63 moons technologies Ltd (formerly FTIL) today announced that Singhvi has decided to step down as Non-Executive Director to work towards empowerment of minority shareholders, the company said.

Singhvi, who was appointed as non-executive director in November 2014, is Chairman of Ican Investments Advisors and has over 30 years of experience in corporate sector, including with Ambuja Cements.

FTIL is in crisis following the Rs 5,600-crore payment default at its subsidiary National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) in August 2013 affecting 13,000 investors.

Earlier this year, the government had ordered of the scam-hit NSEL with its parent FTIL. The will allow for settlement of Rs 5,600 crore in dues of the now-defunct exchange.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Anil Singhvi resigns as non-executive director of FTIL

Crisis-hit Ltd (FTIL) today said that Anil Singhvi, non-executive director, has resigned from the company's board.

Suresh Salvi (Retd. IAS) has been appointed to fill up the casual vacancy which has been created due to Singhvi's resignation, FTIL said in a filing.

The Board of Directors of 63 moons technologies Ltd (formerly FTIL) today announced that Singhvi has decided to step down as Non-Executive Director to work towards empowerment of minority shareholders, the company said.

Singhvi, who was appointed as non-executive director in November 2014, is Chairman of Ican Investments Advisors and has over 30 years of experience in corporate sector, including with Ambuja Cements.

FTIL is in crisis following the Rs 5,600-crore payment default at its subsidiary National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) in August 2013 affecting 13,000 investors.

Earlier this year, the government had ordered of the scam-hit NSEL with its parent FTIL. The will allow for settlement of Rs 5,600 crore in dues of the now-defunct exchange.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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