The government has included Anil Kumar Sharma as a director on the board of SBI with immediate effect. He will continue in this position till the next order.
The government has nominated Anil Kumar Sharma, executive director of the Reserve Bank, to be named as a director on the board of directors of the State Bank of India with immediate effect. His appointment will remain till the next order. This information has been given in the official website of SBI.
In this connection, State Bank of India on Wednesday said that as per the notification dated 13 April 2021 of the Department of Financial Services, “The Central Government nominated the Executive Director of Reserve Bank Anil Kumar Sharma as Director on the Central Board of Directors with immediate effect. It is known that the Central Board of Directors of this bank, headed by State Bank Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara, consists of 13 members.
It is known that SBI chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara took charge on October 7, 2020. He was appointed as Managing Director (MD) of SBI in August 2016. He was given a 2-year extension in 2019 due to his better functioning.
Keep a close watch on cybercrime
The number of cyber crimes in the bank has increased in the last few years. In such a situation, SBI is constantly keeping a close watch on this to protect the customers’ money. For this, alerts are also issued from time to time by the tweet from the bank. Apart from this, security tips and precautionary steps are shared by the bank so that customers can avoid online fraud. Recently, on behalf of SBI, tweet was asked not to share personal information with customers. It was written in the tweet that the bank or its employees never ask for the information of password, CVV, card number and OTP.
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