Coffee with Kotak: Top banking boss to address this year’s Lalit Doshi Memorial lecture
The lecture will take place on August 5 in Mumbai.
How good or bad is the Budget decision to issue foreign currency debt?
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State-run banks should be freed of constraints: Raghuram Rajan
He is also of the view that there is no guarantee that privatisation will be a...
Periodic bail outs for state-run banks necessary, says Urjit Patel
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View- YV Reddy’s broader message: India is too big to be governed directly by the Centre
Rajan thinks India and its states are too big and diverse to be governed entirely from the Centre.
N S Vishwanathan re-appointed as RBI deputy governor for one year
Vishwanathan is one of the three deputy governors, besides B P Kanungo and M K Jain, working at the central bank.
Raghuram Rajan in the frame as UK contemplates a foreign central bank boss
The question is whether Brexit Britain is ready to hear them from another foreign Bank of England governor.
View: India's Central Bank autonomy takes another hit
Acharya, who had cautioned against chipping away at the central bank's autonomy last year, quit abruptly.
RBI deputy governor follows Urjit Patel: MPC may take a dovish turn as Viral Acharya departs
Ex-NYU professor has always been vocal about RBI's autonomy, bank cleanup.
Viral Acharya, the rebel ends term abruptly
Acharya follows Raghuram Rajan and Urjit Patel, who left the central bank after advocating strong measures.
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