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Kapil Kumar Gupta assumes charge as Director (Finance) of MMTC Limited

Kapil Kumar Gupta, who was serving as General Manager at Engineers India Limited (EIL), has assumed charge as Director (Finance) of MMTC Limited on Monday

Kapil Kumar Gupta the new Director (Finance) of MMTC Limited has earlier worked with EIL for 26 years

New Delhi: Kapil Kumar Gupta has taken over as Director (Finance) of MMTC Limited, a metals and minerals trading PSU under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Gupta has been appointed on MMTC board for a period of five years with effect June 1, or till the date of his superannuation, or until further orders, whichever is earlier. Prior to this assignment, Gupta was serving as General Manager (Finance & Accounts) at Engineers India Limited (EIL), a Navratna PSU under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. With his new charge, Gupta has replaced Umesh Sharma.

Earlier, PSU Watch had reported that Gupta was recommended for the post of Director (Finance) of MMTC Limited a PESB panel on October 24. He was selected from the list of two candidates who were interviewed by the selection panel. 

Kapil Gupta’s profile

Gupta is a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). He has more than 29 years of experience in the field of finance and accounts. He has been working with EIL for 26 years. Having joined in June 1993, he served in different capacities at the organisation.

MMTC Limited

MMTC Limited is the leading international trading company in India and has been in existence for close to six decades. The premier trading house has always striven to outperform its own past records. MMTC Limited was formerly known as Metals and Minerals Trading Corporation of India. It is one of the two highest earners of foreign exchange for India and India’s largest public-sector trading body. Not only handling the export of primary products such as coal, iron ore, and manufactured agro and industrial products, MMTC also imports important commodities such as ferrous and nonferrous metals for industry and agricultural fertilisers.

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