New Leadership in Pinkerton Asia and India

Pinkerton has carried out significant leadership changes in its Asia and India units following the exit of Mr Garry Singh, Col. Sandeep Sudan and Sagarika Chakraborty. Angelo Krizmanic has been named the new Vice President for Asia. He has been at Pinkerton for the last 12 years and has replaced Garry Singh. He will be based out of Shanghai.

Mr Karan Bains has been named the new Country Director for India. He has been at Pinkerton for nearly 5 years and will replace Col. Sandeep Sudan. He will be based out of the India headquarters at Gurgaon.

Pinkerton is one of the oldest, largest and most experienced corporate risk management firms. Established in 1850 by Allan Pinkerton, they are headquartered in USA, and have physical presence in more than 100+ locations worldwide.

It has been a preferred partner to most of the FORTUNE 1000 companies in domains of Business Intelligence, Corporate Investigations, Intellectual Property Rights, Executive Protection, Risk Consulting, Background Screening & Due Diligence Services, Security Management and Emergency Response to provide a holistic Risk Management Solution. In India, Pinkerton has been present for the last 9 years through their offices in Gurgaon, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.

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