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Adarsh Kishore is Axis Bank chairman

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Axis Bank today announced the appointment of Adarsh Kishore as non-executive chairman. Kishore, who just returned to India after completing his term as executive director at the International Monetary Fund, replaces PJ Nayak, who was chairman and chief executive till July. In addition, former LIC chairman has been appointed an additional independent director.

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Adarsh Kishore is Axis Bank chairman

Axis Bank today announced the appointment of Adarsh Kishore as non-executive chairman. Kishore, who just returned to India after completing his term as executive director at the International Monetary Fund, replaces PJ Nayak, who was chairman and chief executive till July. In addition, former LIC chairman S B Mathur has been appointed an additional independent director.

Axis Bank today announced the appointment of Adarsh Kishore as non-executive chairman. Kishore, who just returned to India after completing his term as executive director at the International Monetary Fund, replaces PJ Nayak, who was chairman and chief executive till July. In addition, former LIC chairman has been appointed an additional independent director.

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