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SK Capital names DuPont exec business development director

June 24, 2022
Chemical Value Chain

Private equity firm SK Capital Partners (New York, New York) has named Asim Bhatia, former senior director/corporate M&A at DuPont, as director/business development. Bhatia, who has held similar roles at Honeywell and Eastman Chemical, “will coordinate and lead the firm’s efforts to identify and develop new investment opportunities,” SK Capital says.

Bhatia’s “experience managing M&A for several of the most respected corporates in our sectors is a highly valuable skill set,” says Mario Toukan, managing director at SK Capital. “We believe a dedicated effort to developing and managing the large pipeline of opportunities across our industries of focus will serve to enhance our investment practice.”

by Vincent Valk

Source: chemweek.com

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