|Headquarters||Bombay House, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
Tata Sons Private Limited is the private entity and the owner of Tata Group and holds the bulk of shareholding in the Tata group of companies including their land holdings across India, tea estates and steel plants. It is a privately owned conglomerate of nearly 100 companies encompassing several primary business sectors: chemicals, consumer products, energy, engineering, information systems, materials, and services. Headquarters are in Mumbai.
Tata Sons Private Limited was established as a trading enterprise in 1868, and engaged primarily in the lucrative opium and tea trade with Mongolia and China before moving from conducting businesses directly to becoming the principal holding company of Tata Group. About 66% of the equity capital of Tata Sons is held by philanthropic trusts endowed by members of the Tata family. The biggest two of these trusts are the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and Sir Ratan Tata Trust. Tata Sons is the owner of the Tata name and the Tata trademarks, which are registered in India and several other countries. It is one of the largest conglomerates in South Asia.
In October 2021, Tata Sons purchased Air India for $2.4 billion.
The company is registered and located in Mumbai, India.
List of Tata sons Board of Directors 
|Chairman||Natarajan Chandrasekaran (Chairman, Tata Group)|
|Independent director||Farida Khambata |
|Director||Venu Srinivasan (Chairman, TVS Group)|
|Non-executive director||Ajay Piramal (Chairman, Piramal Group & Shriram Group)|
|Additional director||Ralf Speth (CEO, Jaguar Land Rover)|
|Independent director||Harish Manwani|
|Director||Saurabh Agrawal (CFO, Tata Sons)|
Natarajan Chandrasekaran took over as Chairman of Tata Sons on 21 February 2017. The company also undertook conversion from a public limited company to a private limited one in 2017; both these decisions were challenged in court by former executive chairman Cyrus Mistry. In December 2019, NCLAT declared the conversion, and by extension, Mr Chandrasekaran's chairmanship, illegal and restored Mistry. On 10 January 2020, however, the Supreme Court stayed NCLAT's order; in response, Mr. Mistry has filed a cross appeal in the court, seeking explanations for anomalies in the NCLAT. On March 26, 2021 Supreme Court of India upholds Tata Sons' decision to sack Cyrus Mistry ..
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