Sunil Sharma Quits BDO India After 24 Yr Stint; Manoj Daga Takes Over

05 May, 2012

Sunil Sharma, CEO of public accounting firm BDO India (formerly known as BDO Haribhakti Consulting Pvt Ltd), has stepped down after a 24-year career in the organization. Manoj Daga, (partner & national head – Global Knowledge Services) who joined BDO in 2006, has been elevated to the role of CEO.


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Sunil Sharma Quits BDO India After 24 Yr Stint; Manoj Daga Takes Over

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