RBI board gives green signal for specialist outsiders

The first batch is likely to join the department of information and technology.

The central board of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has approved the proposal to hire specialists from outside — the first such move in the bank’s 75-year history.

Initially, will take only a handful of such specialists — five to six in a year — as it wants to test the system. The initial batch will have a tenure of two-five years. These will join at the — as general managers and chief general managers.

The batch is likely to join the department of information and technology (DIT), as requests from this department have already been received. Officials said RBI’s software system had not been upgraded at the same speed as other government and regulatory agencies. “A lot of people in are still apprehensive of taking a decision or passing on order using the electronic format,” said an official. These are expected to help the central bank upgrade its systems to international standards.

will also look for in the field of inspection, and risk management, which are part of the department of banking supervision; derivatives, which is under the foreign exchange department; and reserve management, which is under the department of external investments and operations. In due course, other departments are expected to be added to the list.

The system will be a departure from the current human resource practices, as only the governor and two of the four deputy governors are inducted laterally at present. Other officers, including two deputy governors, rise through the ranks. The move comes as a lesson of the global financial crisis. Some officials believe regulates various entities involved in complex functions. As a result, somebody from the external world who understands things like will help understand these products better.

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RBI board gives green signal for specialist outsiders

Manojit Saha  |  Mumbai 

The first batch is likely to join the department of information and technology.

The central board of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has approved the proposal to hire specialists from outside — the first such move in the bank’s 75-year history.

Initially, will take only a handful of such specialists — five to six in a year — as it wants to test the system. The initial batch will have a tenure of two-five years. These will join at the — as general managers and chief general managers.

The batch is likely to join the department of information and technology (DIT), as requests from this department have already been received. Officials said RBI’s software system had not been upgraded at the same speed as other government and regulatory agencies. “A lot of people in are still apprehensive of taking a decision or passing on order using the electronic format,” said an official. These are expected to help the central bank upgrade its systems to international standards.

will also look for in the field of inspection, and risk management, which are part of the department of banking supervision; derivatives, which is under the foreign exchange department; and reserve management, which is under the department of external investments and operations. In due course, other departments are expected to be added to the list.

The system will be a departure from the current human resource practices, as only the governor and two of the four deputy governors are inducted laterally at present. Other officers, including two deputy governors, rise through the ranks. The move comes as a lesson of the global financial crisis. Some officials believe regulates various entities involved in complex functions. As a result, somebody from the external world who understands things like will help understand these products better.

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RBI board gives green signal for specialist outsiders

The first batch is likely to join the department of information and technology.

The first batch is likely to join the department of information and technology.

The central board of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has approved the proposal to hire specialists from outside — the first such move in the bank’s 75-year history.

Initially, will take only a handful of such specialists — five to six in a year — as it wants to test the system. The initial batch will have a tenure of two-five years. These will join at the — as general managers and chief general managers.

The batch is likely to join the department of information and technology (DIT), as requests from this department have already been received. Officials said RBI’s software system had not been upgraded at the same speed as other government and regulatory agencies. “A lot of people in are still apprehensive of taking a decision or passing on order using the electronic format,” said an official. These are expected to help the central bank upgrade its systems to international standards.

will also look for in the field of inspection, and risk management, which are part of the department of banking supervision; derivatives, which is under the foreign exchange department; and reserve management, which is under the department of external investments and operations. In due course, other departments are expected to be added to the list.

The system will be a departure from the current human resource practices, as only the governor and two of the four deputy governors are inducted laterally at present. Other officers, including two deputy governors, rise through the ranks. The move comes as a lesson of the global financial crisis. Some officials believe regulates various entities involved in complex functions. As a result, somebody from the external world who understands things like will help understand these products better.

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