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GMN appoints international chairman

Ashish Ghosh has been appointed as the international chairman of GMN taking over from Ignus Kempen who has completed his two year term.

Ghosh has been the vice chairman of GMN since October 2015 and prior to that he has had an active role in the Asia Pacific Executive Committee and has been the president of the Asia Pacific region from April 2012 to October 2015. Ghosh has been a director on GMN’s international executive board since October 2011.

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