Rudratej Singh, the President and CEO of BMW Group India, passes away on Monday. He was 46. The organization said in an explanation that the reason for his demise isn’t known at this point.
“BMW Group India, with significant distress, reports the end of Rudratej Singh (46), President and Chief Executive Officer on April 20. The reason behind the abrupt and unforeseen death is yet to be found out. Our condoles are with his family and friends and family during this troublesome period,” an organization explanation said.
Rudratej Singh joined BMW Group India on August 1, 2019. The organization said that his transformational vision and key direction assumed a significant job in route of BMW Group India in a difficult business condition. His downfall comes at a significant intersection when BMW Group India was in middle of executing vital measures for fortifying the vendor organize across India, it said.
Rudratej Singh was an Indian business executive. He was the first Indian President & CEO of BMW India. Singh was known for his former positions as Global President of Royal Enfield Motors Limited and Vice President of Unilever in Singapore. Singh has represented India as an amateur golfer and has won 18 titles globally. He was also a board member of the Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI), and helped run a charity for underprivileged (girl) children. He spoke regularly at various business and brand forums across the world