The Jammu and Kashmir Bank has appointed Rajni Saraf as Chief Financial Officer. In her new role, she will oversee the bank's financial operations that include investments, capital structure, income and expenses of the bank.
J&K Bank has been building a pipeline of leaders since quite a few months. While Saraf’s appointment is the most recent step undertaken as part of its succession planning last month, the bank had also named an interim Chairman. R K Chibber was appointed as the interim chairman of the bank following removal of Parvez Ahmed as CMD by the Jammu and Kashmir administration. R K Chibber is also the CEO of the Srinagar-headquartered bank.
Jammu and Kashmir Bank is a J&K -based private sector banking and financial services company. It is a Private-owned bank with state share with its headquarters in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
The bank also has branches in other regions and Saraf has experience of heading the Supervision and Control Division for its various branches. From residential and commercial to corporate branches, she has led supervision for all. She has both worked in zonal as well as corporate Office.
Now Saraf takes on a much bigger role as the CFO and will be responsible for entire bank’s financial operations. How she uses her more than three decades of experience to bring in more efficiency and foster growth for the bank will pave the way for both bank and her success in the future.