News: SBI may get first woman chairman

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SBI may get first woman chairman

The State Bank of India may get its first woman chairman with Arundhati Bhattacharya getting shortlisted for the position. Sources say that Arundhati is a top contender for the position and currently one of the four managing directors of the bank. A senior government official said that she is the first choice of the selection committee. A career banker with 36 years of experience, Bhattacharya has been managing director and CEO of SBI Capital Markets, SBI's investment banking arm.

The State Bank of India may get its first woman chairman with Arundhati Bhattacharya getting shortlisted for the position. Sources say that Arundhati is a top contender for the position and currently one of the four managing directors of the bank. A senior government official said that she is the first choice of the selection committee. A career banker with 36 years of experience, Bhattacharya has been managing director and CEO of SBI Capital Markets, SBI's investment banking arm.

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