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Wednesday, October 28, 2009 10:06:51 AM (IST)  

K R Kamath, Youngest MD of Punjab National Bank(PNB)

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Oct 28, 2009: K R Kamath, presentlty functioning as the chairman and managing director of Allahabad Bank, has been appointed as the chairman and managing director of the largest nationalized bank, Punjab National Bank(PNB). With this elevation, he has achieved the rare distinction of being the youngest managing director of the largest bank. He is scheduled to take over reins of PNB on Wednesday October 28.

Kasargod Ramachandra Kamath, born on November 19, 1955, got his preliminary education in Madonna Convent in Kasargod and completed high school education in BEM High School Kasargod. After passing his B Com degree examination from Bhandarkars College Kundapur in 1976 with sixth rank in Mysore University, he joined Corporation Bank as officer trainee in 1977.

In recognition of his meritorious service while serving Corporation Bank, towards achieving 100% computerization, building of a strong marketting team etc., he was made the executive director of Bank of India on May 19, 2009 by the central government.  In addition to being the executive director of Bank of India, he simultaneously worked as a nominated director in several other concerns.

On August 2, 2008, he took over as the chairman and managing director of Allahabad Bank. During his stewardship, the bank crossed several milestones.


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satyendra bhandarkar, 5, charkop almora chs plot no.131, sector 2, charkop kandivali west mumbai 0 400067
Friday, April 19, 2013

Mr. Kamath you are an iconic person of GSB community

B H N SHENOY, BADIADKA KASARAGD
Friday, June 01, 2012

Dear Kamath CONGRATULATION TO BE A YOUNGEST MD OF A LARGEST BANK I WELCOME U TO OUR BANK AS A MD WISH U GOOD LUCK BHNSHENOY AS SHAREHOLDER OF THE PNB

Rajan, Trivandrum
Monday, April 11, 2011

Late B Ratnakar was the youngest ever CMD of any nationalised bank in India. When he became CMD of Canara Bank in 1982, he was only 45 years old. Undoubltedly the shrewdest brain ever in Indian banking, he pioneered credit card 7 mutual fund business in indian banking. May his soul rest in peace!!

Dr. Shashi Kumar, chandigarh
Thursday, October 29, 2009

It is nice to have hard working executive at the Head of the largest leading Bank of India. May GOD bless with success all the concerned

CHETHANA PRABHU NEE BHAT, KASARAGOD - VIDYANAGAR
Thursday, October 29, 2009

Dear Ramumam, Hearty congratulations on your achievement. We are proud to know that you are the youngest MD of largest national bank of India.Wish you all the best.

Nagaraj Shetty K, UDUPI/DUBAI
Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dear Kamath Mam, We all your fans at Corp Bank are proud of your well deserved achievement. Hearty congratulations and good wishes on your distiguished placement as CMD of a largest public sector Bank of India. May God bless you and your family.

KVB Rao, delhi
Thursday, October 29, 2009

Being member of of PNB family, I am very happy to welcome Shri Kamath to our Bank. I am sure with his rich experience and dynamism , the Bank would reach newer heights. I wish him all the Best.

Ravi Nayak, Kundapur
Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dear Mr. Kamath, hearty congratulations on your yet another new achivement. I am sure PNB would scale to new hights during your leadership. All the best.

walter lasrado, mangalore
Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Mr.Kamath richly deserve this post for his hard work, honesty, sincerity and above all his loyalty to his institution. wishing him a successful innings in PNB.

 
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