Jammu Chamber felicitates J&K Bank CMD

 

SRINAGAR : A delegation of Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) today called upon the J&K Bank Chairman and MD, R K Chhibber at the Bank’s corporate headquarters here to discuss the issues faced by the business community and also the way forward. The delegation also congratulate him for extension in his term as CMD for another six months from Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

During the meeting, CMD, R K Chhibber was flanked by President (Law) Dr. Ashraf Ali, President & Spl. Secy. to CMD Karanjit Singh and President (Credit) Anil Deep Mehta while as the delegation led by President JCCI Arun Gupta included Sr. VP Anil Gupta, Secy. Gen. Gaurav Gupta and Secy. Rajesh Gupta.

Congratulating the CMD on his extension, the delegation said that he has proved his leadership mettle practically by steering the Bank safely out of severe crisis like Covid19 towards profitability and stability through his timely outreach to the Bank’s different stakeholders especially business community besides extending the much needed financial support to the affected.

The members of the delegation also appreciated the Bank’s outreach program led by the CMD along with his senior management executives. In the light of Bank’s uninterrupted financial support besides its world-class banking services, President JCCI appealed to the people especially business community to strengthen their bonds further with the flagship financial institution of J&K UT.

However, the delegation also raised some issues concerning Jammu business community and also suggested that customer service at operative levels needs to be improved and made more responsive.

Thanking the delegation for their felicitation, the CMD assured them that their suggestions and the issues discussed would be considered by the Bank on merit and resolved in a time bound manner.

Notably, under the leadership of CMD R K Chhibber the Bank has been on a growing trajectory of incredibly progressive performance delivering profits, despite ongoing pandemic, for last five straight quarters including the highest quarterly profit of Rs 316 Cr for Q4 of FY 2020-21 since fourth quarter of FY 2013-14.

 

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