Mumbai: Eight days following he exited GoAir as its MD, Jehangir (Jeh) Wadia stepped down as the MD of Bombay Dyeing and Production Firm — the flagship of the Nusli Wadia Team.

In a regulatory submitting, Bombay Dyeing reported Jeh will not be renewing his agreement as MD of the business that expired on March 31. The 47-year-outdated Jeh, the 2nd son of team chairman Nusli Wadia, took about as the MD of Bombay Dyeing on April 1, 2011.

Jeh has relinquished his function as MD at Bombay Dyeing and GoAir while continuing to be its promoter, resources reported. It was not straight away clear if he will be inducted in a non-executive director’s capacity at Bombay Dyeing and GoAir. Older brother Ness as very well as the senior Wadia are on the board of the two organizations.

The two exit moves point out that the Wadia household needs to independent ownership from administration. Resources reported the restructuring is aimed at “professionalising the management” in Wadia Team operating entities, with the household continuing to maintain shareholder rights and directorships. The team needs to provide in qualified administration to operate their organizations, reported Shriram Subramanian, founder and MD of proxy advisory agency InGovern Analysis.

The Wadia Team, reported the resources, preferred to follow the ownership and administration separation product as that of Britannia, which has been a accomplishment tale. Britannia, 1 of the biggest bakery and dairy merchandise players, has a market place cap of Rs 87,156 crore as in comparison to the Rs ten,818-crore aggregate market place cap of other mentioned Wadia organizations — Bombay Burmah Investing, Bombay Dyeing and Countrywide Peroxide.

The exercise of separating ownership and administration has been executed in Infosys in which its founders still left the running of the IT products and services business to capable qualified administrators, while retaining the voting rights.

The day-to-day administration at Bombay Dyeing will now be appeared following by Suresh Khurana, who oversees the polyester business, and Hitesh Vora, the CFO, under the supervision of non-impartial director Minnie Bodhanwala.