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Raj Kumar Jatia


Mr Raj Kumar Subhkaran Jatia was born in Rangoon, Burma (Now Myanmar).

He started his career in the family textile business and grew the business to Japan, Hong Kong and Nepal. He later returned to India to expand his operations to the ceramics and safety match industries. Mr Jatia acquired India's largest safety match company WIMCO and turned this failing company into a success.

Mr Jatia ventured into the hospitality field In the 1980s during the Asian Games, establishing India's first Hyatt Regency Hotel and thereafter constructed three more hotels in Mumbai, Kolkata and Pune which are operating under the Hyatt Regency brand.

Mr Jatia built India's first Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai in 2008. This property continues to be a Landmark in Mumbai.

Mr Jatia has a passion for construction, technology & innovation in development.


Adarsh Jatia

Managing Director

Mr Jatia schooled in Mumbai before leaving to the UK where he read Business & Economics at University of Sheffield.

Mr Jatia worked at Arthur Anderson and later Ernst & Young within their Business Risk Consulting practice. He returned to India in 2004 to lead the planning and execution of the Four Seasons Mumbai as well as the Hyatt Regency in Pune. Mr Jatia is driven by the pursuit of perfection and extreme attention to detail. Creative and forward thinking, Mr Jatia prides himself on his ability to identify unique projects and tailor them to suit a chosen niche market.

Mr Jatia has a keen interest in Art, Gourmet Cuisine, Architecture and Design.