Dinesh Kumar Khara appointed SBI Chairman For The Three Years
Dinesh Kumar Khara has been appointed as the chairman of State Bank of India (SBI) for three years from October 7.
Khara has been in charge of the managing of the bank associates and subsidiaries as managing director. The Central Government hires Dinesh Kumar Khara who is 59, Managing Director, State Bank of India as Chairman for the tenure of 3 years.
“As Managing Director, Khara fruitfully accomplished the integration of five Associate Banks and Bharatiya Mahila Bank with SBI,” the state-run bank said in a guiding filing.
Recently he was the Managing Director and CEO of SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd.
Dinesh Kumar Khara completed his MBA from FMS News Delhi and He has completed his post-graduate in Commerce from Delhi School of Economics. He has 36 years of ironic experience in all facets of Banking.
He will substitute fixed Rajnish Kumar, whose three-year term comes to an end on October 7. The Banks Board Bureau mentioned Dinesh Kumar Khara as the next Chairman of India’s largest public sector bank. Distinctly, it had suggested the names of Ashwini Kumar Tewari and Swaminthan Janakiraman for Managing Director in State Bank of India.