Experion Developers appoints Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi as senior executive director

Gurugram-based Experion Developers is backed by Singapore-based Experion Holdings, which is the real estate investing arm of the $2.5 billion AT Holdings group of companies.

Press Trust of India August 15, 2019 12:45:07 IST
Experion Developers appoints Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi as senior executive director
  • Raghuvanshi was earlier working with Dubai-based DAMAC Properties

  • He has around 30 years of experience in the real estate sector

  • Experion Developers is backed by Singapore-based Experion Holdings

New Delhi: FDI-funded realty firm Experion Developers has appointed Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi as senior executive director.

Experion Developers appoints Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi as senior executive director

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Raghuvanshi was earlier working with Dubai-based DAMAC Properties as Senior Director—International Business Development and Country Head (India and Nepal).

The company spokesperson confirmed the appointment.

Raghuvanshi has around 30 years of experience in the real estate sector. Before DAMAC, she worked for DLF group as executive director (sales and marketing) and Emaar MGF as chief executive (retail-India) and residential channel sales.

Gurugram-based Experion Developers is backed by Singapore-based Experion Holdings, which is the real estate investing arm of the $2.5 billion AT Holdings group of companies.

It is developing township, housing and commercial projects in Gurugram, Haryana and Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

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