Bharat Co-op Bank Condoles Death of Director S K Kotian

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Feb 12:
Bharat Co-operative Bank organized a condolence meeting for their recently deceased director S K Kotian at Billava Bhavan, Santa Cruz (East), on Wednesday February 9.
Billavar Association president Jaya C Suvarna garlanded the portrait of S K Kotian who was the financial expert who contributed to the success of the Bank after his retirement from RBI.


Association honorary president Y Nagesh, honorary chief secretary Jyothi K Suvarna, Bank chairman Vasudev R Kotian, CEO B K Amin, as well as S K Kotian’s close associates Rajesh Suvarna and Prasad Sherigar were present on the dais.
Jaya Suvarna in his condolence message, said that Bharat Co-operative Bank gained tremendously from the expertise of S K Kotian who led a simple life.

Vasudev R Kotian said that the demise of S K Kotian is an unbearable loss for the Billava community that has gained immensely from his selfless service.
Association vice-presidents L V Amin, Nithyanand D Kotian and C T Salian, directors Raja V Salian, Mohan G Poojary, Shankar D Poojary, N Nithyanand, Bhaskar M Salian, Ratan U Sanil and Rohith M Suvarna, deputy general manager Professor Shekar Poojary, assistant general managers Shobha Dayanand, Vivek S Shanbagh, and the Association’s Borivili local committee honorary president G M Kotian were present.


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