Cyrus Mistry Former Tata Group director Cyrus Mistry died in a road accident on Sunday. He has left behind assets worth more than one thousand crores. Their business has spread to many countries.
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Cyrus Mistry of Tata group (Tata Group) Former President Cyrus Mistry (Cyrus Mistry) in road accident on sunday (road accident) No more, he was coming from Ahmedabad to Mumbai. When they were near Mumbai, their car got split in Palghar (divider) Four people including Mistry were in the car that collided. Both died on the spot. The other two were admitted to a nearby hospital for treatment. Cyrus Mistry left behind assets worth more than Rs. 000 crores. Their business has spread to many countries.
business around the world
Mistry, the former chairman of the Tata Group, has a business spanning several countries. The trade of masons is spread all over India, West Asia and Africa. Mistry holds 18.4 per cent stake in Tata Sons. Mistry was a director of the Tata Group from 2012 to 2016. He was born on 4 September 1968. He was born in Ireland. He then became the sixth chairman of the Tata group.
business in multiple sectors
54-year-old Cyrus Mistry received his early education from the Cathedral and John Connon School in Mumbai. He studied Civil Engineering from Imperial College London, University of London in 1990 and then Management from London Business School, University of London in 1996. In 1994, he was appointed as a director in the Shapoorji Pallonji Group. Their business is spread in many other sectors including construction, engineering, real estate. Shapoorji Pallonji Group is spread over 50 countries of the world.
citizenship of two countries
Cyrus Mistry’s father’s name was Pallonji Mistry, his mother’s name was Patsy Perrin Dubash, who was from Ireland. He took the citizenship of Ireland along with India.
dispute in court
Cyrus Mistry was removed from the post of chairman of the Tata group on 24 October 2016 by the board members of the Tata group. Ratan Tata was once again made the President. No official reason was given for Mistry’s removal as the chairman of the Tata Group. He went to court after his removal from the presidency, but the court rejected his claim. Natarajan Chandrasekaran is the new chairman of the Tata Group since 2017.
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