HDFC Bank thanks Shri Aditya Puri for giving his glorious 25 years BANK NEWS

The farewell will pave the way for Sashidhar Jagdishan to assume command of the private sector lender on October 27.

 

HDFC Bank thanks Shri Aditya Puri for giving his glorious 25 years
A giant wall hanging outside HDFC Bank headquarter in Worli, Mumbai

 

Mumbai: India's Leading private lender HDFC Bank thanks their Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Aditya Puri for giving the bank his precious 25 years. Shri Aditya Puri is set to retire on October 26. the senior management and staff of the bank mark his presence as a good leader, is not going to be forgotten easily.
 
To express gratitude to the 70-year-old banker, HDFC Bank put out a giant wall hanging outside its headquarter building in Worli, Mumbai. The wall hanging mentioned, "Thank You, Mr. Aditya Puri, for 25 glorious years."
 
 
Shri Aditya Puri served the bank for 25 years and transform HDFC into the biggest private lender. Over 1 lakh employees of the bank will reportedly congregate virtually to bid adieu to the outgoing CEO. Several teams at the bank are believed to be working relentlessly to ensure a decorous farewell.
 
The farewell will pave the way for Sashidhar Jagdishan to assume command of the private sector lender on October 27.
 
 
Shri Puri worked in the banking sector for 40 years, in India and other countries. He became CEO of Citibank, Malaysia in 1992. In September 1994 he returned to India as Managing Director of HDFC Bank. He presided over HDFC's acquisitions of Times Bank Limited in 2000 and Centurion Bank of Punjab in 2008. his legacy is outstanding and he kept his vision and served as the powerful personality in the baking sector.
 

 



Posted Date :  24-10-20

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