Irfan Razack becomes Credai Chairman; Getamber Anand President
Razack is the CMD of Bangalore-based realty firm Prestige group
Mar 26, 2015
Source : The Economic Times
Irfan Razack, Chairman Credai


New Delhi: Realtors' apex body CREDAI elected Irfan Razack as the Chairman and Getamber Anand as President of the association.

Razack is the CMD of Bangalore-based realty firm Prestige group, while Anand is CMD of Noida-based ATS Infrastructure.

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI), the apex body for private real estate developers, represents over 11,000 developers through 23 states and 152 city level member associations.

"CREDAI today witnessed the investiture of a new Governing Council headed by Getamber Anand, President and Jaxay Shah, President Elect. The Governing Council has unanimously elected Irfan Razack as Chairman," CREDAI said in a statement.

Rohit Raj Modi, who was earlier the CREDAI-NCR President, has been appointed as the Vice President of CREDAI-National.

CREDAI President Getamber Anand identified the need to change perceptions on real estate industry as the key task before the organisation, it added.

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