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BAE Systems has appointed Nik Khanna as the Managing Director of its India operations with effect from 1st February 2017. Khanna joined the company from Raytheon whereas country president had led business development, marketing and strategy in India for last four years.

Nik Khanna appointed India MD of BAE Systems

Nik Khanna Appointed India MD of BAE Systems

Nik Khanna appointed India MD of BAE Systems

About Nik Khanna

  • He is taking charge of BAE Systems shortly after company was awarded a contract from US Department of Defense to provide 145 M777 ultra-lightweight howitzers to Indian Army.
  • He worked as Country President at Raytheon where he led business development, marketing and strategy in India for last four years.
  • He served as the Associate Vice-President at The Cohen Group.
  • He also worked as Aerospace & Defense Director at U. S-India Business Council.

About BAE Systems

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  • Headquarters: Preston, United Kingdom
  • It is a British multinational defence, security and aerospace company.
  • Its headquarters are in London in United Kingdom and it has operations worldwide.
  • It is among the world’s largest defence companies.
  • Area served: Worldwide
  • The company divides its business into the following business groups

    • Applied Intelligence
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Intelligence & Security
    • Maritime
    • Regional Aircraft
    • Australia
    • Electronic Systems
    • Platforms & Services
    • Military Air & Information
    • Shared Services
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- Published/Last Modified on: March 17, 2017

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