‘People must believe India is an easy place to do business’
Arundhati Bhattacharya, independent director, Reliance Industries; Wipro; CRISIL; Piramal Enterprises; SWIFT India, talks about how to bring the economy back on track at the Most Powerful Women event.
MPW Summit: A toast to leaders and creators
If there is one thing common to all Most Powerful Women in business listers, it is this: They took the road less travelled.
MPW 2019 in pictures
Glimpses from the Fortune India Most Powerful Women summit held in Mumbai on Friday.
WEF India Economic Summit in pictures
Highlights from the India Economic Summit being held in New Delhi on Oct 3-4.
Most Powerful Women 2019: Blazing a trail
Editor’s letter from September 15 - December 14, 2019 issue of the magazine
Arundhati Bhattacharya joins RIL board
The former State Bank of India head becomes the first woman outside the Ambani family to join the RIL board. More corporate engagement likely for the banking veteran
invited to join Infosys board
Infosys is said to be
amongst the first companies to have approached Arundhati Bhattacharya to join
their board. Bhattacharya is due to retire from SBI on October 6.
SBI’s big retail banking gamble
SBI’s 50 bps reduction in savings account rate works out to be a saving of at least Rs 400 crore in interest outgo.
Good vs. evil
State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya’s relentless battle against NPAs and why that
could change banking.