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New chairman Nilekani promises cleanup at Infosys

Software major's management faces revamp following exit of CEO Sikka

Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani said on Aug. 25 that a committee had been set up to review the software company's corporate governance.

BANGALORE, India -- Following the departure of Infosys' managing director and chief executive Vishal Sikka this week, the reconstituted board of the Indian software major has set up a committee to identify its next chief executive and revamp its governance structure, the company said at a press conference on Friday.

After its board meeting on Friday, newly elected Chairman Nandan Nilekani said the company had also set up a committee of directors to work with the CEO and management to review and refresh the company's strategy.

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