Top 5 prestigious women CEO that are working in a banking sector

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 09 April 2018, 13:15 Hrs
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Today, women’s are leading in every sector of the society whether it is school or corporate offices. Women are empowering themselves to build their own identity in the society and they also have succeeded in it. They are managing one of the top banks in India and doing work far better than men, making an example for other women’s. If you want to know who are these prestigious women, here is the list of Top 5 women working in a banking sector.    

Arundhati Bhattacharya

She started her career as a probationary officer at the age of 22 and was the first women to become the chairman of the state bank of India in 2013. Forbes listed her as the most powerful women for the two consecutive years because of her brilliance. She is an ideal for the younger generation youths. During his days as a chairman at the SBI, she introduced the sabbatical policy for the women to empower them in the banking sector.

Chanda Kochhar

She started as a management trainee at the ICICI bank and after 25 yrs, she became the CEO and the managing director of the bank. Chanda Kochhar is known for her role in the retail business of the bank. Which leads the bank to won the title for the Best Retail Bank in India. Her name was also listed in the Forbes for the most powerful women in the world in 2015.

Shikha Sharma

The brave army personal daughter, Shikha Sharma joined the Axis bank in 2009 as a CEO and managing director after serving for the ICICI bank. She worked for more than 3 decades in the financial industry and also worked with reputed companies like JP Morgan & chase. During her tenure in the bank, the bank stocks, as well as financial assets, got increased to a great height.

Shanti Ekambaram

Shanti Ekambaram presently, serving as the president of India’s fourth-largest bank, Kotak Mahindra. The great leadership and decision making are the skills of hers that leads the bank to great extent despite unstable conditions. She was honored with an award for Outstanding contribution in the field of Banking and Financial Services, also chosen as the most powerful women in Indian business by Business Times.

Usha Ananthasubramanian

CEO and managing director of Allahabad bank, Usha ananthasubramanian started his career in the bank of Baroda. Recently, she has been elected the first women chairman of the Indian Bank’s Association (IBA). The Bhartiya Mahila Bank, made for the women, is established by her only for women’s benefits. The Ministry of Government, Indian government honored her for the leadership and the all women’s bank. She has set an example, for the younger gen women’s. 

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