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American Express Amway Anand Axis Castrol Deloitte Ernst & Young FINO Godrej Maruti Ingersol Rand Inno Park L&T Madura Marg Group Mercer
Metro Cash and Carry

Naukri Tata Sons Tata Motors

TVS Motors Marico Religare Standard Chartered Sanofi UBI

American Express (India) Private Ltd Vision: We work hard every day to make American Express the world’s most respected service brand Slight History – Parent company is an American multinational financial services. Founded in 1850, it is one of the 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The company is best known for its credit card, charge card, and traveler'scheque businesses. Amex cards account for approximately 24% of the total dollar volume of credit card transactions in the US, the highest of any card issuer. American Express (India) Private Ltd. offers accounting and financial processes consolidation services to the American Express Company’s businesses. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Gurgaon, India. American Express (India) Private Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of American Express International Inc. and American Express Limited. Basics Non-Listed, Limited Liability Company Net operating revenues increased 4.01%, (INR 812.33 to INR 844.89 tens of millions) Operating result increased 7.59% (INR 175.98 to INR 189.33 tens of millions) Net Profit Margin (Net Income/Net Sales) from 24.52% to 13.68% Employee 6158 • s

Key • People

Sanjay Rishi CEO India

HR practices – GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL & WORKPLACE FAIRNESS AXP has a ‘Grievance Escalation Process', also known as the ‘Employee Issue Resolution' process which clearly outlines the various channels in the organisation to which an employee can reach out to, which includes the leader, skip leader, business leader, VP & GM or country manager, the HR RL, etc. There is also an ‘Employee Relations' team in India,…...

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