Shri. R. Gandhi had been the Interim Head of Monetary Policy Department of Reserve Bank of India since September 2016 and has been its Deputy Governor since April 2014. Shri. Gandhi served as an Executive Director of Reserve Bank of India since March 3, 2011 and served as its Director. He has been a Director at National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development since July 20, 2016. He served as a Director of Bank of Baroda since July 2010 until May 30, 2011 and National Housing Bank since October 17, 2016 until May 18, 2017. He served as a Director of Central Bank of India from June 11, 2002 to January 9, 2004. He served as a Director of Punjab & Sind Bank from April 2, 2008 to July 28, 2009. He has a rich experience of Central Banking of over three decades having wide cross functional exposure in technology, payment systems capital market, securities, forex, money market, Human Resource Management and International Banking. Besides holding strategic positions in RBI, he had also piloted several projects on IT, payment systems, financial literacy, financial inclusion and related developmental initiatives. He holds MA (Economics) with CAIIB and has professional competence in IT applications.
Dr. Nivedita P Haran, IAS (Retd), retired as the Additional Chief Secretary Department of Home Affairs, Government of Kerala, India. She has served extensively in various capacities with the Government of Kerala as well as Government of India. She was also the Civil Affairs Officer for the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Kosovo for five years. She has worked through the ranks of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) leading Home, Revenue, Land Management, Energy and Institutional Capacity Building Initiatives in Kerala. She brought up the Disaster Management Department with the Hazard Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Cell and the State Disaster Management Authority in Kerala. She also headed the Delhi Division in Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. Having served as former Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Labour, Government of Kerala, she has a fair understanding on issues related to labour migration. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, India. Nivedita served as the Director of Centre for Innovations in Public Systems, Hyderabad, India.
Prof. S. Sadagopan is currently the Director of IIIT-Bangalore. He is a product of Madras University, India and Purdue University, USA. He taught for 30 plus years at IIT-Kanpur, IIM-Bangalore, IIT-Madras and IIIT-Bangalore in addition to short teaching assignments at RUTGERS, USA and AIT, Bangkok. He has authored seven books, several book chapters and papers. He is a Fellow of IEE (UK), Computer Society of India and Institution of Engineers (India). He is a Senior Member of IEEE and ACM. He was a Fulbright Fellow in 1995. He serves as a Member of the International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2), Karnataka Knowledge Commission, and ACM India Council. He was the General Chair for World Wide Web (WWW) Conference 2011 and International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE) 2007. He does not hold any equity shares of the Company.
Shri Sundar started his career in the Bank as a Probationary Officer in the
year 1985 and joined at Ahmedabad Circle. With a rich experience of
more than 35 years, he has worked at different centres in Ahmedabad
Circle and also abroad at our Los Angeles Agency as an India Based
Trainee Officer. He has held senior positions in CAG, both as DGM & RM
and General Manager, after which he worked as CGM, PFSBU. In June
2018, he was identified to set up the Credit Review Department (CRD), a
new initiative of the Bank, to risk categorise the credit proposals before
they are considered for sanction by the Credit Committees/ECCB. This
initiative of the Bank was well received and widely appreciated. Presently,
he is posted as Dy. Managing Director & Chief Credit Officer. As DMD &
CCO of the Bank, he is heading the highest Credit Committee of the Bank.
His interests include reading, photography, music, sports, and solving
crosswords and jumbles.
Shri Debajyoti Ray Chaudhuri is an MBA from the Faculty of Management Studies (Delhi) and Certified Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers.
He is a passionate leader with a long track record of successfully managing assignments of a diverse nature. Immediately prior to joining NeSL, he was Chief General Manager in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) where he took some path breaking initiatives like the implementation of the Companies (Registered Valuer and Valuation) Rules, 2017. His articles on issues related to insolvency have been published in reputed publications/national newspapers and he has been a speaker in numerous seminars/workshops related to corporate insolvency and also in educational institutions like the NLUs.
Prior to joining IBBI, he was at the corporate office of India’s largest bank, SBI, where he was responsible for compliance and risk, and implementation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, at its largest business vertical.
Among his other assignments in SBI was the setting up SBI’s Dubai operations as a highly profitable unit within a short span of time. As the CEO of SBI, he was much sought after by other Indian banks and also the Indian community for his views on issues like Indian economy, personal investment, trade flows and exchange rates.
He was conferred the "Business Excellence and Innovative Best Practices- Academia Awards-2020" by the New Delhi Institute of Management.
Changes in the board as updated in the MCA Website
- Shri. G. S. Chawla has resigned as Nominee Director effective 12th May, 2021.
- Shri. S. Ramann has resigned as MD & CEO effective 18th April 2021.
- Shri. R. Gandhi was elected as the Chairman and Independent Directors effective from 30 September 2020.
- Shri. T. S. Vishwanath resigned from the Board as Chairman and Independent Director effective 30 September 2020.
- Shri. T.S. Vishwanath, Independent Director, was appointed as the Chairman of the Board on 28th January, 2019.
- The nomination of Shri. P. Sanker, Nominee Director appointed by ICICI Bank Ltd was withdrawn by the bank and Shri. Anindya Banerjee was appointed as the Nominee Director, with effect from 16th January, 2019.
- Shri. Yeshwant Deosthalee, resigned from the office of independent director of the company with effect from 20th December, 2018, due to personal reasons.
- The nomination of Shri. Karnam Sekar, Nominee Director appointed by State Bank of India was withdrawn by the bank and nominated Shri. Parthapratim Sengupta, as the Nominee Director, with effect from 3rd November, 2018.
- Resignation of Shri. N. Rangachary as the chairman of the Board effective from 13th October 2018.