The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has approved the reappointment of Romesh Sobti as MD and CEO of IndusInd Bank Ltd for a period of one year from February 1, 2014 to January 31, 2015 as against IndusInd Bank boards recommendation for a term of three years. In ... Business Line, 2 months ago
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Few CEOs talk about succession planning, at least on record. But Romesh Sobti, the chief executive who transformed IndusInd Bank into a $3 Billion bank from $200 million about five years ago, in an interview to ET, talks about his successor, ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
Interview with MD & CEO, IndusInd Bank Neelasri Barman & Manojit Saha | Mumbai January 25, 2014 Last Updated at 00:40 IST email this article Message: Your Email: Send me a copy: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Enter the characters shown in ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Bad debt created in good times but surfaces in bad times: Romesh Sobti Business Standard, 2 months ago
IndusInd Bank has attributed a 29% y-o-y rise in net profit in Q4FY14 to the growth in net interest income. In an interaction with reporters, IndusInd Bank MD & CEO Romesh Sobti said there was a slowdown in retail business as it was hit by the flat ...Financial Express, 1 day ago IndusInd Bank Q4 profit rises 29% on higher non-interest income Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago Interest income, loan growth drive IndusInd Bank net profit up 29% in Q4 Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago
Mumbai, April 16: Private sector lender IndusInd Bank today reported a 29 per cent jump in net profit at Rs 396.05 crore in the March quarter driven by higher margins, fee income growth and cost-control measures. The bank had a net profit of Rs ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago IndusInd Bank Q4 Net up by 29 per cent at Rs 396 cr;declares 35 per cent dividend Economic Times, 2 days ago IndusInd Bank net profit grows by 29% Business Standard India, 2 days ago IndusInd Net up 29% at Rs 396 cr on higher margins, fee income Business Standard India, 2 days ago
MUMBAI: Bickering between the has forced the (CDR) cell to ask all banks, including private ones, to extend working capital funding to companies whose loans are getting restructured, a person familiar with the matter said. Private sector lenders ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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