New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) Augmented identity solutions provider IDEMIA on Monday announced the appointment of Matthew Foxton as its new Regional President for India.
Foxton is currently the Executive Vice-President, Branding & Communications, member of the Group Executive Committee at the company and he will continue in the role along with the new responsibility.
He will succeed Sanjeev Shriya as the Regional President, who will now move to a non-operational role as an advisor to the Global CEO.
“As the Regional President, Matthew will lead the group’s efforts in the India market. Matthew brings in the global experience and has an inherent understanding of the identity business. This appointment is a big step towards the company solidifying its commitment to the India market,” said a company statement.
Pierre Barrial, President and CEO IDEMIA, said: “Matthew’s strong leadership and understanding of our Group, as well as his cultural link to India given his status as an Overseas Citizen of India, are clear assets for his new assignment.”
Noting that India has been key to our overall growth strategy for IDEMIA, he said that over the last 25 years in the country, IDEMIA has powered many mission critical and digital transformation projects in partnership with the government and other leading players in the private sector.
Foxton, India Regional President, IDEMIA said: “I am delighted to take on the role of leading and shaping IDEMIA’s charter in India. IDEMIA’s enviable position in creating a secure and trusted environment in today’s digital world paves the way for innovation and growth in the times ahead.”