The State Bank of India chairman on his 'closeness' to corporate houses, resolution of bad loans and the cost of indecision
Rajnish Kumar, 59, is the fourth chairman of the State Bank of India (SBI), the nation’s largest lender, all of whom I have dined with for Lounge interviews in the past decade. Barring one, the others (including Kumar) have preferred to meet at the Belvedere Club at The Oberoi hotel at Nariman Point, Mumbai, simply because it is a few minutes’ drive from the bank’s headquarters on Madame Cama Road.
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