News: Meet Usha Ananthasubramanian, the first CEO of all-women bank

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Meet Usha Ananthasubramanian, the first CEO of all-women bank

According to a Business Standard report The finance ministry has identified Usha Ananthasubramanian, executive director of Punjab National Bank, to be the chief executive of Bhartiya Mahila Bank, which will launch its operations from November with six branches.

According to a Business Standard report The finance ministry has identified Usha Ananthasubramanian, executive director of Punjab National Bank, to be the chief executive of Bhartiya Mahila Bank, which will launch its operations from November with six branches.

Ananthasubramanian is leading the core management team (comprising employees from various public-sector banks) set up to put in place by October 31 the systems and processes necessary to start the bank's operations. The government will formally announce the name of the CEO after the Reserve Bank of India has issued the licence.

Ananthasubramanian, 55, started her career in 1982 at Bank of Baroda as a specialist officer in the planning stream.

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