The evening kicked off with a stimulating debate on whether the digital banking system will destroy traditional banking models, moderated by FE managing editor Sunil Jain.
FE Best Banks Awards, India’s most prestigious financial sector awards, concluded Thursday as former ICICI Bank chairman Narayanan Vaghul honoured the eminent bankers and financial services firms.
FE Best Banks Awards: A high-powered jury chaired by former TCS chairman S Ramadorai has chosen the winners for the prestigious awards.
Narayanan Vaghul, former ICICI Bank chairman, will present India’s most prestigious financial sector awards — FE Best Banks awards — in the country’s financial capital on Thursday.
They don’t make them like Arundhati Bhattacharya any more. A public sector CEO with the confidence to say no with the full knowledge it might cost her the job.
Romesh Sobti can never forget the day when as a probationer at a State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Motihari he was told to run into the branch manager’s chambers.
India’s banks today face many challenges among them an increasingly digitised environment and more demanding and aspirational customers. Thanks to digitisiation, the competition among intermediaries is now more keen than ever.
An 85-year-old cardiologist working on advanced areas, like tissue engineering and genomics could be a potential gamechanger for the healthcare industry. The driving force behind all these innovations are technology professionals.
At the Express IT Awards 2017 held in Bengaluru on December 7, a panel discussion on “Future of Technology Jobs” unfolded. CXOs and experts from the industry brought in varying perspectives on the widely debated topic.
The Express IT Awards comprised a smorgasbord of large established companies, mid-sized firms and new-age startups. There was also a sprinkling of government departments too who showcased how technology has further improved the delivery of public services.
“We have it in us to grow at 10%,” said Uday Kotak, Managing Director of Kotak Mahindra Bank expressing confidence that the positive changes that are happening in India will make the country grow at 10%.
Union Minister for Road and Transport Nitin Gadkari on Saturday said that India needs a positive mindset to tackle the challenges that are currently being faced by the banking system.