Arundhati Bhattacharya News
Piramal Enterprises on Thursday said its board has accepted the resignation of SBI''s former chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya as an independent director of the company from 16 April, 2020
Arundhati Bhattacharya resigns from CRISIL board; former SBI banker to become Salesforce's India operations CEO
CRISIL on Thursday said Arundhati Bhattacharya, the past chairman of State Bank of India, has submitted her resignation as an independent director of the company effective 15 April
Salesforce hires former SBI banker Arundhati Bhattacharya as India CEO; to join firm in April: Report
Arundhati Bhattacharya previously headed the State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest lender, and was the first woman to lead the more than 200-year-old bank. She retired from SBI in 2017 after spending four decades in various roles.
Yes Bank crisis: Best practices needed as benchmark to govern banks; govt should consult with veteran bankers for solutions
Recent days have seen RBI governor Shaktikanta Das pulling up public sector banks for poor credit growth even as Kapoor's Yes Bank shenanigans were simmering in the backdrop.
Mukesh Ambani keeps salary capped at Rs 15 cr for 11th year in a row; forgoes over Rs 24 cr per annum
Mukesh Ambani voluntarily capped his compensation at Rs 15 crore in October 2009 amid a debate over right-sizing of CEO salaries.
Rishad has new ways of thinking, experience and competence; will lead Wipro to greater heights, says Azim Premji
Azim Premji will pass the baton over to his son Rishad in July-end after leading the charge at the company for over five decades
Wipro has fixed 19 April, 2019 as record cut-off date for eligible shareholders for the buyback plan
Wipro, which gets bulk of its topline from IT services, said the IT services segment revenue was at Rs 14,380 crore ($2 billion).
Former SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya joins Wipro board as an independent director for five-year term
The development comes within days after Reliance Industries appointed Arundhati Bhattacharya on its board as independent additional director.
Centre forms eight-member Lokpal Commitee headed by Justice Ranjana Desai; Arundhati Bhattacharya, ISRO chief among members
The Modi government on Thursday constituted an eight-member search committee, to be headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, to recommend the chairperson and members of the anti-corruption ombudsman Lokpal.
The Centre constituted a search committee, to be headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, to recommend the members of the anti-corruption ombudsman Lokpal.
the UPA may be blamed for a combination of political interference and infrastructure adventurism. But NDA also deserves a share of the blame for the NPAs, although an arguably smaller one.
CNBC-TV18 hosts 13th edition of India Business Leader Awards; Kumar Mangalam Birla named Outstanding Businessman of the Year
CNBC-TV18 felicitated personalities who have contributed their expertise to bring about an equitable economic growth and have excelled in building profitable, sustainable and socially conscious businesses.
Rajnish Kumar to helm SBI: A banker with bird’s eye view of economy, he has to crack the NPA problem first
Credit growth will pick up only once the NPA problem is resolved. And therein lies the big challenge for Rajnish Kumar at SBI
Rajnish Kumar, who is currently the managing director of SBI, faces the daunting task of addressing the issue of huge NPAs of the bank.
SBI has moved to a return on equity (RoE) based budgeting, along with risk based budgeting in managing its portfolio.
State Bank of India (SBI) Chairman pointed out that stress in the telecom sector has reached "highly unsustainable levels" due to erosion of topline and earnings of the service providers.
These 12 large accounts had become NPAs by end-March 2016 and Crisil estimates show the banks had already provisioned 40 percent for these NPAs worth Rs 2 trillion or about Rs 80,000 crore.
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan had said state-owned banks tended to overpay at the bottom but underpay their top executives.
The Reserve Bank warned of fiscal situation getting out of hand if states unabatedly continue to waive farm loans saying it also risk spurring inflation.