HDFC Bank takes the honours

Aditya Puri named Best CEO and Sashi Jagdishan adjudged Best CFO

GN Bureau | July 11, 2016


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 HDFC Bank Ltd. emerged as the Most Honoured Company in the latest ranking released by Institutional Investor magazine.

Called the All-Asia Executive Team rankings 2016, the survey had 1,394 investment professional at 582 financial institutions participating. HDFC Bank ranked first in the “Best CEO”, “Best CFO”, and “Best IR Company” categories. The survey encompassed 1,541 companies from 18 sectors across Asia excluding Japan, said a press release.
 
The Bank has won following honours: Aditya Puri, managing director, HDFC Bank as the Best CEO, Sashi Jagdishan, chief financial officer, HDFC Bank as the Best CFO, HDFC Bank’s Investor Relations practice as the best in the sector.
 
Citing HDFC Bank as an example, the publication highlighted the use of technology as a key trend this year, particularly in semi-urban areas. “HDFC’s Aditya Puri, the top-ranked CEO in the Banks category, says his Mumbai-based firm has been developing digital solutions to provide financial services to the 750 million people who live outside India’s cities,” the publication writes in its communication.
 

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