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Telenor Hungary appoints new CFO

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Nakul Sehgal (pictured) has joined Telenor Hungary’s Leadership Team as chief financial officer after holding several senior management positions in finance at Telenor’s Indian business unit prior to moving to Hungary, according to a press release issued by the company today.  

A qualified chartered accountant, Sehgal began his career at the local branches of the consulting firms Ernst & Young and Pricewaterhouse Coopers in India and also worked on international projects in Canada. He joined Telenor India in 2010 where he was responsible for financial reporting, accounting, risk management and taxation and more recently as head of business strategy and performance management, according to the press release. Sehgal succeeds Bjørn Harald Brodersen who left Hungary to head a global project at the Telenor Group.  

“It is a pleasure for me to work for Telenor Hungary, a company that has been at the forefront of innovation in recent years with its superfast Hipernet and pioneering digital services. I know that I am joining a team focused on customers’ future needs in a very competitive market environment and I will do my best to contribute with my experience to the continuous development of this company,” said Sehgal.

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