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About 17 results for "pratip chaudhuri"

Vijay Mallya Criticises SBI Chief's Talks on Kingfisher Airlin...

Vijay Mallya Reuters Kingfisher Airlines Chairman Vijay Mallya took a dig at State Bank of India (SBI) Chief Pratip Chaudhuri for his constant interaction with the media over the bank's loan recovery from the grounded airline. The liquor baron ... International Business Times India, 4 weeks ago

CESC : TO RAISE Rs900 CRORE, APPOINTS INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

CESC Ltd is planning to raise Rs900 crore ( $150 million ) by selling securities to Indian and foreign institutional investors. It has appointed Pratip Chaudhuri , former chairman of State Bank of India , as an independent director.
 4 Traders1 day ago CESC TO RAISE Rs900 CRORE, APPOINTS INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR  TMC Net1 day ago
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How home loans have changed in the past 4 decades

Home buyers 40 years back had a completely different profile: they were in their mid-forties or older and most dipped into their provident fund corpus and other savings to fund a house.  D B Remedios was the first borrower of HDFC, which was the first organised player in the home loan market. Remedios took a Rs 30,000 loan at a fixed rate of 10.5 per cent in 1978. The amount was less than half the total amount of Rs 70,000 that he spent to build a house in Mumbai's Malad.   ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Get Ready to Pay High EMIs For a Long Time  NDTV Profit1 month ago Home Loan EMIs Unlikely to Fall in 2014: Analysts  NDTV Profit1 month ago Why You Have to Pay High EMIs for Long Time  NDTV Profit1 month ago
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SBI chief slams loan waivers

Lending in India can get political. Take the events of 2008, when then finance minister P Chidambaram instituted a program that ultimately waived off Rs 710 billion in loans to more than 40 million farmers. He said he was rescuing small farms that suffered ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya warns of hazards in waiving off loans  Livemint.com2 weeks ago India's Most Powerful Banker Warns of Loan Waiver Hazards  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago

Go for it, Guv

With reference to your editorial, Take five (August 20), if our governor thinks the RBI needs a COO we should support the move. To ask for transparency in every appointment in the RBI is asking for too much. We have a governor who is the envy of the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

CEO pay: private sector still far ahead of PSUs

One of the many things that came under the scanner after news of the Syndicate Bank scam broke recently is the disparity in the salaries of senior executives in the private and public sectors. Top executives in public sector undertakings (PSUs) are ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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The secret world of the loan broker

Mumbai: He smiles a lot with the practised ease of a man who has learnt to do so as if he means it. He carries a leather-bound planner in his hand. And he is there wherever bankers are—media briefings to announce results, analyst meetings, ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
Business Today India

SBI's first woman head overhauls ops to retain top slot

SBI's first woman chairperson is ringing in change at the 208-year-old institution. Changing times: SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya seated in front of a photograph of the old SBI corporate offi ce, circa 1971. In the past two ...
 Business Today India1 month ago
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