RBI approves re-appointment of V. Vaidyanathan as MD & CEO of IDFC First Bank

RBI approves re-appointment of V. Vaidyanathan as MD & CEO of IDFC First Bank

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Category : Appointment/Resignation Published on: September 10 2021

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·         The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given its approval for the re-appointment of V. Vaidyanathan as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer ('MD & CEO') of IDFC First Bank.

·         Vaidyanathan has been appointed for a further period of three years, with effect from December 19, 2021.

·         He took over as MD and CEO of IDFC First Bank in December 2018 for the first time after the merger of IDFC Bank and Capital First.

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About IDFC First Bank

v  IDFC First Bank Headquarters: Mumbai;

v  IDFC First Bank Established: October 2015

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