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Govt to fill vacant posts of chairmen in nine state banks

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway

The ministry is in the process of filling the vacant post of in nine (PSBs), including Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, UCO Bank and Corporation Bank.

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway.



Andhra Bank, IDBI Bank and Indian Overseas Bank are among the banks where the newly created post of non-executive chairman is vacant.

After splitting the post of chairman and managing director (CMD) in August last year, government appointed non-executive chairmen in five PSBs, with the announcement of Indradanush, a comprehensive revamp plan for these banks.

The five banks were Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Vijaya Bank and Indian Bank.

Separation of the post of CMD was done based on global best practices and as per the guidelines in the Companies Act to ensure appropriate checks and balances.

Prime minister Narendra Modi recently set up Banks Board Bureau (BBB) to advise the government on top-level appointments at public sector lenders. Former CAG Vinod Rai has been appointed chairman of the Bureau, which will initially function from Mumbai.

The bureau will give recommendations on appointment of directors in public sector banks and ways to tackle rising bad loans, among others.

It will also help them develop differentiated strategies of capital raising and innovative financial instruments. The government wants to encourage boards of to restructure their business strategy and suggest the way forward for their consolidation and merger with other banks.

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Govt to fill vacant posts of chairmen in nine state banks

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway

Press Trust Of India  |  New Delhi 

Govt to fill vacant posts of chairmen in nine state banks

The ministry is in the process of filling the vacant post of in nine (PSBs), including Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, UCO Bank and Corporation Bank.

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway.



Andhra Bank, IDBI Bank and Indian Overseas Bank are among the banks where the newly created post of non-executive chairman is vacant.

After splitting the post of chairman and managing director (CMD) in August last year, government appointed non-executive chairmen in five PSBs, with the announcement of Indradanush, a comprehensive revamp plan for these banks.

The five banks were Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Vijaya Bank and Indian Bank.

Separation of the post of CMD was done based on global best practices and as per the guidelines in the Companies Act to ensure appropriate checks and balances.

Prime minister Narendra Modi recently set up Banks Board Bureau (BBB) to advise the government on top-level appointments at public sector lenders. Former CAG Vinod Rai has been appointed chairman of the Bureau, which will initially function from Mumbai.

The bureau will give recommendations on appointment of directors in public sector banks and ways to tackle rising bad loans, among others.

It will also help them develop differentiated strategies of capital raising and innovative financial instruments. The government wants to encourage boards of to restructure their business strategy and suggest the way forward for their consolidation and merger with other banks.

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Govt to fill vacant posts of chairmen in nine state banks

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway The ministry is in the process of filling the vacant post of in nine (PSBs), including Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, UCO Bank and Corporation Bank.

A senior finance ministry official said the process to fill vacancies of non-executive chairman in nine state-run banks was underway.

Andhra Bank, IDBI Bank and Indian Overseas Bank are among the banks where the newly created post of non-executive chairman is vacant.

After splitting the post of chairman and managing director (CMD) in August last year, government appointed non-executive chairmen in five PSBs, with the announcement of Indradanush, a comprehensive revamp plan for these banks.

The five banks were Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Vijaya Bank and Indian Bank.

Separation of the post of CMD was done based on global best practices and as per the guidelines in the Companies Act to ensure appropriate checks and balances.

Prime minister Narendra Modi recently set up Banks Board Bureau (BBB) to advise the government on top-level appointments at public sector lenders. Former CAG Vinod Rai has been appointed chairman of the Bureau, which will initially function from Mumbai.

The bureau will give recommendations on appointment of directors in public sector banks and ways to tackle rising bad loans, among others.

It will also help them develop differentiated strategies of capital raising and innovative financial instruments. The government wants to encourage boards of to restructure their business strategy and suggest the way forward for their consolidation and merger with other banks.
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