Covanta Holding Corporation, owner and operator of large-scale energy-from-waste and renewable energy projects, has appointed Sanjiv Khattri as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Khattri is a seasoned executive with over 20 years of financial leadership experience including his tenure as CFO of General Motors Acceptance Corporation, a global diversified financial services company.
Khattri will report directly to chief executive officer (CEO) Anthony Orlando and will be responsible for treasury, accounting, investor relations, strategy, financial planning, tax and information technology.
Khattri was most recently operating as a financial and strategic consultant working with major global corporations, private equity firms and hedge funds. In his last corporate position, he was a part of the General Motors Acceptance Corporation leadership team where he served for over four years in various capacities including CFO and EVP of corporate development. Prior to that, Khattri held a variety of increasingly responsible positions over a 15-year period working for General Motors with his last position there being assistant treasurer. Khattri holds a MBA degree from University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Panjab University in Chandigarh, India.
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