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Lot has been done, but best of HDFC Bank yet to come says Aditya Puri


Lot has been done, but best of HDFC Bank yet to come says Aditya Puri

new Delhi. Private sector HDFC Bank managing director Aditya Puri has said that during his 26-year journey, the bank has achieved a lot, but the bank's best is yet to come. Puri is going to retire soon. Shashidhar Jagadishan has been elected the successor of Puri. Puri said that Jagadishan is the most suitable person to lead the bank. HDFC Bank appointed Jagadishan as the Managing Director of the bank from 27 October this month. Puri will retire after completing the age of 70 at that time. Puri said, "When I am writing this, I am most happy. I have always been saying that the best of the bank is yet to come. Now Shashi will lead the bank and I have no doubt that our best will come out under his leadership. "

In an e-mail sent to the employees, Puri said, "I will not go into their strengths." Because most of us know this. I would say that he is the best person to lead you. And I am going to hand over this command to the most capable person. "He said," If you look back, 26 years ago, it seems like it was yesterday. What we have started with broken chairs in our first office is incredible. There are few such examples in the world. "Puri is credited with raising HDFC Bank from the very bottom and making it the largest private sector bank in the country. He said, "There are some examples of our achievements, which I am very proud of. Today we are truly a world class Indian bank. We are among the largest banks in independent India in terms of reach, bookkeeping, customer numbers and market capitalization. Through our Sustainable Livelihoods Initiative (SLI), we have lifted 1.11 crore Indian families out of poverty. Used to be. He said that today we are identified as the best wealth creators of the country. We are among the largest employers in independent India. The 26-year-old HDFC Bank has about 1.16 lakh employees. The bank has 5,326 branches and 14,996 ATMs in 2,825 cities and towns of the country.

This post was published on August 14, 2020 1:12 am

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