BSE chief executive officer resigns

BSE chief executive officer resigns
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First Published: Fri, Aug 08 2008. 12 33 PM IST

Rajnikant Patel joined BSE in March 2001
Rajnikant Patel joined BSE in March 2001
Updated: Fri, Aug 08 2008. 12 33 PM IST
New Delhi: Rajnikant Patel, Chief Executive Officer of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has resigned.
Rajnikant Patel joined BSE in March 2001
Patel, joined BSE as director - surveillance and inspection in March 2001, and was elevated to the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) in May 2003.
He was also given the additional responsibility of Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
He spearheaded various initiatives and measures for the surveillance department that helped the department being awarded the ISO 9001:2000 certification.
This made BSE the first exchange in Asia and second in the world to obtain such a certification.
Prior to this, he was associated with the banking regulator The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and had also worked with the French bank — BNP Paribas.
“Mahesh L. Soneji, will now be looking after the interests of the exchange till a new appointment is made to fill up the vacancy,” an official release said.
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