Campaign India Team
Sep 02, 2009

Prime Focus makes changes to senior management team

Prime Focus has announced changes to its senior management in line with a strengthening and restructuring exercise of its leadership team. The company has appointed Ramki Sankaranarayanan as president and CEO, Prime Focus Technologies and  Bhaarath Sundar as CEO, VFX, Prime Focus India. Also joining the India team are Naresh Malik in the role of CEO, Film, Prime Focus India. Malik was formerly the CEO of Pixion. All the three heads will report in to Namit Malhotra, founder and MD, Prime Focus Limited.

Prime Focus makes changes to senior management team

Prime Focus has announced changes to its senior management in line with a strengthening and restructuring exercise of its leadership team. The company has appointed Ramki Sankaranarayanan as president and CEO, Prime Focus Technologies and  Bhaarath Sundar as CEO, VFX, Prime Focus India. Also joining the India team are Naresh Malik in the role of CEO, Film, Prime Focus India. Malik was formerly the CEO of Pixion. All the three heads will report in to Namit Malhotra, founder and MD, Prime Focus Limited.

Commenting on the restructuring, Namit Malhotra, founder and MD, Prime Focus Limited said, “We are putting in place a core team of leaders to drive the strategy and the execution of our plan of becoming one of the world’s leading visual entertainment services company. It is a time of major change and we are leading that through our system and putting together a new way of working within the organization”
 

 

 

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