Dana Gas Investor Relations Director, Dana Gas PJSC, Sharjah, UAE
Robinder Singh was appointed as Investor Relations Director at Dana Gas in April 2013. Mr Singh is responsible for overseeing the Company’s strategic communications with the global investment community and other stakeholders, with a special focus on developing relationships with shareholders and sukuk holders. He further aims to build the Company’s profile in the regional and international investment community to ensure the Company delivers shareholder value via enhanced transparency and investor communications. Additionally, Mr Singh is responsible for Group External Affairs, Regulatory Relations, Corporate & Crisis Management Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility including Sustainability Reporting.
Mr Singh has over 20 years of international experience in investor relations, marketing and corporate communications, product management and business development with Reliance Industries; where he was the Head of Investor Relations. Previously, he was Head of Marketing at HSBC and Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications at Bank of America.
During his career, Mr Singh gained significant exposure to Asian, Middle Eastern, European and US markets, working on cross-border transactions as well as managing teams in multiple jurisdictions.
Whilst at Reliance Group, one of India’s largest listed companies, he played a vital role in communicating major financial transactions, developing investor support for large-scale capital raising programmes and a range of mergers and acquisitions.
Mr Singh holds a MBA in Marketing and Human Resources from the Institute of Management Technology in India.
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