M.V. Tanksale, former Chairman and Managing Director of Central Bank of India, has taken over as Chief Executive of the Indian Banks’ Association, a The Hindu Business Line report said.
Tanksale succeeds K. Ramakrishnan, who was at the helm of the Association for five years up to November 30, 2013. IBA, which has 176 members comprising public sector banks, private sector banks, foreign banks and urban co-operative banks, was established in 1946 to promote sound and progressive banking principles, practices and conventions in the country, the report added.
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