SBI Recruitment 2020: Online application for 3,850 circle-based officer posts begins today; check at sbi.co.in
The State Bank of India (SBI) has invited online applications for the recruitment of 3,850 circle-based officers. Eligible and willing candidates can apply by 16 August via the bank's career portal sbi.co.in.
To register, applicants will have to visit the official website of SBI and go to the Careers link at the bottom of the page.
India must cautiously but swiftly ease strictures as COVID-19 phobia threatens to kill more people than the virus has.
UK court orders Anil Ambani to pay $717 mn to 3 Chinese banks within 21 days; seeking legal advice, says firm
A spokesperson for Anil Ambani said the matter pertains to an alleged personal guarantee for a corporate loan availed by Reliance Communications Limited (RCom) in 2012 for global refinancing.
Fair trade regulator CCI on Thursday dismissed a complaint alleging abuse of dominant position by SBI and collusion with Patanjali Ayurveda and International Traders in a bidding process
Jet Airways insolvency resolution professional seeks fresh expressions of interest for defunct airline; shares up over 4%
Jet Airways insolvency resolution professional on Wednesday invited fresh expressions of interest (EoI) for the grounded airline
Besides SBI, other members of consortium are Canara Bank, Union Bank of India, IDBI, Central Bank of India and Corporation Bank, they said.
State Bank of India (SBI) has raised its home loan rates that are linked to repo rate by up to 30 basis points, a move which may be followed by other lenders
Having recognised a huge quantum of non-performing assets (NPAs) in the past few quarters, Yes Bank has created a dedicated stressed asset management vertical to recover and resolve such accounts that have touched Rs 50,000 crore, a top official said on Thursday
SBI to extend moratorium to NBFCs to tide over coronavirus pandemic crisis, says MD Dinesh Kumar Khara
The country's largest lender SBI has decided to extend the RBI-approved moratorium to the cash-strapped NBFC sector to help them tide over the crisis, its MD Dinesh Kumar Khara said on Thursday
Coronavirus crisis: Major lenders revive idea of 'bad bank' to deal with high NPAs; 'this is right time to work it out', says SBI CMD Rajnish Kumar
Rajnish Kumar said that the idea of bad bank was not feasible three years ago, when talk began that banks should spin off bad assets into a separate company to unburden existing banks.
Q4 results impact: Yes Bank shares zoom 20% after lender posts Rs 2,629-cr profit, HCL Tech jumps over 4%
Shares of Yes Bank on Thursday zoomed 20 percent after the company reported a net profit of Rs 2,629 crore for the March quarter
SBI Life Insurance Q4 net profit rises 16% to Rs 531 cr for March quarter; premium income marginally up
SBI Life on Tuesday reported a nearly 16 percent rise in its net profit at Rs 530.67 crore for the quarter to March 2020
Sensex ends over 260 points lower at 31,454; Nifty falls 87.90 points to 9,206; except energy, infra, all sectoral indices in red
The Sensex surrendered all its early gains to end 262 points lower on Tuesday due to emergence of a sudden sell-off in financial stocks at the fag-end of the sessio
Coronavirus Outbreak: SBI says difficult to take medium, long-term impact on banking sector during lockdown
The SBI official also said the Indian Banks Association (IBA) is also evaluating measures, which can be taken by the banks in this situation
The SBI Chairman said the nationwide lockdown should only be lifted once the situation is fully under control.
SBI lays out six protocols for customers to safeguard information from fraudsters while banking online
State Bank of India has asked its customers to follow six important protocols in order to safeguard their personal information from fraudsters
Coronavirus Outbreak: State Bank of India waives service charges for all ATM transactions till 30 June
State Bank of India has decided to waive off charges for all ATM transactions made on SBI as well as other banks till 30 June amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Fake UPI IDs during coronavirus: Banks, including SBI, HDFC, ICICI, warn customers of online fraudsters in the name of COVID-19 relief
The coronavirus lockdown has reportedly allowed cyber criminals more opportunities to engage in fraudulent activities and dupe people off their finances. They are doing this by making them give out bank details or in some cases, transferring money to false COVID-19 relief accounts.
In a bid to warn customers against fraudsters who may attempt to exploit the EMI moratorium scheme, leading banks are reaching out to their customers to caution them against ''EMI moratorium frauds'' and strongly advising them not to share sensitive information like OTP and PIN with imposters