Lumina Datamatics Wins India Risk Management Award for Excellence in Risk Strategies

LUMINA DATAMATICS

Lumina Datamatics, a strategic partner in providing Content Services, Retail Support Services, and Technology Solutions to global companies in the Publishing and Retail industries, is delighted to announce its remarkable achievement of winning the prestigious ‘’India Risk Management Award’’ at the 10th edition of the India Risk Management Awards presented by ICICI Lombard and CNBC-TV18. The company has been recognized for its best-in-class risk management strategies and processes within the Services Industry category. The award was conferred on the 27th of June, 2024 at the St. Regis, Mumbai, and was received by Mr. Sameer L. Kanodia, Managing Director & CEO of Lumina Datamatics Limited.

India Risk Management Award is an endeavor to recognize the best risk management initiatives in the industry that are innovative, path-defining, and yet grounded in robust risk management fundamentals. Lumina Datamatics’ commitment to excellence in risk management is a source of inspiration within our community, illuminating the path for all.

Speaking about this significant achievement, Mr. Sameer L. Kanodia, Managing Director & CEO, of Lumina Datamatics, said, “We are extremely honored to receive this award, which is a testimony to our dedication to risk management excellence. This recognition reflects the hard work and commitment of our entire team in executing innovative and effective risk management strategies.”

Lumina Datamatics remains dedicated to driving innovation and distinction in risk management and setting high standards within the services industry. The company’s award-winning strategies continue to serve as an inspiration for others, showcasing the importance of robust and innovative risk management practices.

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