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Aditya Mittal


United Kingdom

Aditya Mittal became Chief Executive Officer of ArcelorMittal in February 2021. After initiating and leading the merger with Arcelor in 2006, Aditya has held various roles in the business, including operating different divisions around the world. His last role was President and CFO of ArcelorMittal.

He sees climate change as ArcelorMittal’s top strategic issue and wants the company to lead the decarbonisation of the steel industry.

In 2008, Aditya was named ‘European Business Leader of the Future’ by CNBC Europe and was ranked fourth in Fortune magazine’s ‘40 under 40’ list in 2011. He is an active philanthropist with a particular interest in child health. Together with his wife Megha, he is a significant supporter of the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in London, having funded the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre, and in India, the couple work closely with UNICEF, having funded the first ever country-wide survey into child nutrition, the results of which are being used by the Government of India to inform relevant policy.

Aditya serves on the boards of ArcelorMittal, Aperam, and Iconiq Capital and is Chairman of ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India and Chairman of HMEL. He is also a trustee at Brookings Institution, a member of the WSJ CEO Council, an alumni of the World Economic Forum Young Global Leader’s Programme and a member of Harvard University’s Global Advisory Council.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with concentrations in Strategic Management and Corporate Finance from the Wharton School in Pennsylvania, United States. Aditya and his wife Megha have three children.