Ian Simpson, chairman for APAC, said: “When Ankit moved to Mumbai, the studio was two years old and in the relatively early stages of building its profile and reputation in the market.
“His promotion to board director recognises his efforts throughout his time at Broadway Malyan, and particularly the ways in which he has represented the best interests of the Mumbai studio at both a local and regional level since his move there. He has helped us to grow the size of our team and the number of projects we’re working on throughout the country.”
Ankit added: “If growth continues as predicted, India will be an even more exciting market for us over the coming decade. Construction is needed across all of the sectors we work in, with opportunities ranging from small scale one off projects to major city developments.
“I have enjoyed my time with Broadway Malyan enormously and I am delighted to move into my new role. This will provide me with an opportunity to continue to strengthen our Mumbai offer and contribute to the wider strategy in Asia Pacific.”
During his time at Broadway Malyan, Ankit has been part a number of schemes including Bhartiya City and Emprasa Smart City (48-acre), both located in Bangalore, a range of residential developments and a number of workplace projects for international financial services brands.