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Monday, April 11, 2011

First Indian Woman Chairman Of Exim Bank


Tarjani Vakil, former Chairperson of the Exim Bank, is one of the distinguished Indian bankers. She is the first women to head any large bank in India.In 1997, she was recognized by KPMG Worldwide Business as one of the top 50 women "to prove her valor" in the business.She is also oddly obsessed by quality. And also a very very slow speaker.Ms. Tarjani Vakil is one of the beat manager and Person. She is great human being and very humble person.

Tarjani Vakil, M. A. served as the Chairperson and Managing Director of Export - Import Bank of India ('EXIM Bank") since October 1996. Ms. Vakil has contributed immensely for almost 40 years in the field of Development Banking.She served at Alkyl Amines and Chemicals Limited. Ms. Vakil was actively involved in extensive interaction with multilateral agencies for initiation of an informed annual dialogue among heads of Export Credit Agencies in Asia and Australia. Ms. Vakil has been a member consultant for carrying astudy of the feasibility for establishment of an Export Credit Guarantee facility for GCC Countries for establishment of Export-Import Bank of Malaysi and other developing countries of Asia and Africa. She is a Consultant. Ms. Vakil has been a Director of Indian Rayon & Industries Ltd., since July 27, 2000 and Idea Cellular Limited since September 2, 2006. She has been a Non Executive Director of Asian Paints India Ltd., since December 1, 1998. 

Ms. Vakil has been an Independent Director of Aditya Birla Nuvo Limited since July 27, 2000. She serves as Director of Mahindra Intertrade Ltd., I-Flex Solution Limited and DSP Merill Lynch Trustee Co. Pvt. Ms. Vakil won several awards including Mahila Shiromani, Chief Executive Officer of the Year, Woman of the Year, etc. She served as Director of Oracle Financial Services Software Limited until September 2010. She was also ranked as the highest woman official in Banking in Asia and named in the 50 world - class women executives in the 1996 Survey conducted by KPMG Peat Marwick, USA. She holds Masters in Arts from the University of Bombay.

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