SBI's Amit Saxena joins RBI Innovation Hub as CTO

SBI's Amit Saxena joins RBI Innovation Hub as CTO

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Category : Business and economics Published on: September 18 2021

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·         State Bank of India Global Deputy CTO Amit Saxena joins RBI Innovation Hub as CTO

·         As CTO of Reserve Bank Innovation Hub, Saxena will be tasked with creating an innovation ecosystem for India's banking and financial services industry.

·         In his new position, Saxena will be based in Bangalore and report to Rajesh Bansal, CEO, RBI Innovation Hub.

·         Prior to joining SBI, Saxena worked for companies such as Syntel, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra and Quark.

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v  Founded: 1 July 1955

v  President: Dinesh Kumar Khara

v  Headquarters: Mumbai

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