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Who is the new President of consumer business of MMTC-PAMP?

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Gold and silver refinery MMTC-PAMP has appointed Anika Agarwal as President – Consumer Business. Agarwal would be responsible for building and delivering the strategy to build MMTC-PAMP’s brand and footprint across India across the physical and digital spaces. She will report to Vikas Singh, Managing Director, and CEO, MMTC-PAMP.

With two decades of experience, Agarwal is a seasoned sales and marketing leader with experience across diverse and competitive industries like Retail, Telecom, and Insurance.

Before MMTC-PAMP, Agarwal worked with Max Bupa Health Insurance where she held several leadership roles in the last 9 years within marketing, digital transformation, direct and digital sales functions. Prior to Max Bupa, Anika spent almost 7 years with Nokia Corporation in India, Middle East, and Africa.

Agarwal is an English Literature graduate from Delhi University and holds an MBA degree in Marketing and Finance from LBSIM, Delhi.

“India is one of the largest markets for gold and I look forward to deepen MMTC-PAMP’s retail and digital presence to build a strong omnichannel consumer business and create a preferred brand in the mostly unorganised precious metals market in India,” said Agarwal in a release.

Vikas Singh, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, MMTC-PAMP said, “Agarwal brings in-depth knowledge of consumer-centric businesses coupled with the comprehension of how new digital technologies disrupt industries”.

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