Canon India announces Gary Lee as CFO

Gary Lee, Vice President and CFO, Canon India

Canon India has announced the appointment of Gary Lee as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Vice President.

Under his new role, Lee would be overseeing the finance & taxation, legal and corporate communication divisions at Canon India. He takes over the roles and responsibilities from Anuj Aggarwal who has been elevated to Canon Marketing Philippines as a Vice President.

Commenting on this imperative move in the thought leadership arena, Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India said, “With an impeccable growth trajectory for building core competencies of people, business transformation and operations, Gary Lee brings with him extraordinary leadership skills. We welcome him to this wonderful country. Anuj Aggarwal’s contribution to the growth of Canon in India has been monumental. I wish him the absolute best and I am confident that he will continue adding more feathers to the progress of Canon Marketing Philippines.”

Having added to Canon India’s progress for nearly 15 years, Anuj Aggarwal, former Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Canon India said, “I have spent a considerable tenure of my career with Canon, starting as a Manager Finance in 2000, moving to the role of the CFO in 2007 and then being elevated as the Vice President in 2015. Moving forward, I feel privileged to be acknowledged for serving my organisation at the Global platform, as Vice President in Canon Marketing Philippines. I look forward to the new avenues.”

Canon India has already established its leadership in the imaging world and under Lee’s management the company aims at achieving further heights. Lee has more than 20 years of experience in Accounting, IT and Finance. With his strong and diverse experience, he has helped improve the company’s operation efficiency by integrating information technologies into different business operations and has led his team to several significant accomplishments.


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