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RBNL's Lavneesh Gupta to join IndusInd Bank

05-June-2015
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RBNL's Lavneesh Gupta to join IndusInd Bank

Lavneesh Gupta will be joining IndusInd Bank as EVP & Branch Banking Head for Developing Markets today. He was earlier working with RBNL as the COO.

Gupta, in his new role, will be managing a much larger portfolio of accounts. He will be joining the organisation again where he previously worked for a period of five years as EVP & Head, New Branch Distribution and Bancassurance.

His experience in financial services extends to over 17 years in multinationals, private banks and insurance companies.

In RBNL, Gupta worked for nearly two years where he was responsible for all vertical sales revenue targets across 92.7 Big FM Radio, Big Magic, Big Magic Ganga, Big Thrill and Bloomberg TV Channels.

He was also worked with ABN-AMRO for more than three years as VP & Head Bancassurance, North. Gupta was associated with Max Life Insurance as AVP & Head – Funds for two years. He has also worked as Regional Manager – North & East, Group Business for Tata AIG for over two years and as a Relationship Manager, Corporate Banking at Standard Chartered for three years.
 

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