GT&T CEO resigns; company lauds his leadership

CEO of GT&T, RK Sharma.
CEO of GT&T, RK Sharma.

[www.inewsguyanacom] – Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T), R.K Sharma has tendered his resignation, effective June 18.

According to Sharma’s resignation letter, he is taking a hiatus from the corporate world and explore “other interests.” Sharma started working with Barclays Bank in 1980 and over the past 22 years functioned as the CEO of Demerara Bank Limited, CEO of GBTI and as CEO for the telephone giant n the past two years.

Meanwhile, in the interim, GT&T has appointed Chief Financial Officer, Justin Nedd as CEO. A release from GT&T noted that Nedd has served as CFO since 2013 and has an extensive background in finance, administration and technology.

Chief Financial Officer, Justin Nedd
Chief Financial Officer, Justin Nedd

The Board of Directors of the company lauded the work that Sharma has been able to accomplish during his tenure as CEO.

“The company benefited greatly from Mr Sharma’s leadership and we thank him for him for his many contributions during a period of organizational transformation. He served GT&T with the highest levels of professionalism and integrity and we extend him warm wishes for his future success.”

Mr Sharma will continue to serve as CEO through the middle of June and will assist with the transition process.



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