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National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) was established in 1969 by the Reserve Bank of India, in consultation with the Government of India, as an autonomous apex institution for research, training, education and consultancy in bank management. Its ma ... more

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Employment History

United States of America News

Nomura Holdings Inc

The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India

Governor

Reserve Bank of India

Affiliations

Visiting Fellow
National University of Singapore Business School

Secretary for the Treatment
Youth Affairs

Visiting Fellow
Singapore B-school

Humphrey Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Humphrey Fellow
MIT

Secretary Finance
Government of India

Finance Secretary of Government
Andhra Pradesh

Joint Secretary In the Department
Economic Affairs

Finance Secretary
Union Ministry of Finance

Finance Secretary
Garavi Gujarat Publications Ltd

Education

public finance

MIT

public finance

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B.Sc

Physics

IIT

BSc

Physics

Indian Institute of Technology

M. Sc.

Physics

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

M.Sc

Physics

IIT

M.Sc

Physics

Indian Institute of Technology

MS

Economics

Graduate School at Ohio State University

MS

Economics

Ohio State University

MS degree

Economics

America's Ohio State University

PhD

Economics

Andhra University

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Dr D Subbarao Governor Reserve Bank of India


NIBM Governing Board

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Dr D Subbarao Governor Reserve Bank of India & Chairman


Central bankers' and BIS management speeches

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Speaking notes by Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, for the Golden Jubilee Celebration Function of the Reserve Bank Staff College, Chennai, 8 July 2013.

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Duvvuri Subbarao: Looking at some of the Reserve Bank of India's goals and aspirations
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Duvvuri Subbarao: Looking at some of the Reserve Bank of India's goals and aspirations
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Duvvuri Subbarao


Bank of Mauritius welcomes Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor, Reserve Bank of India //MAURITIUS COMPANY Manage-Consult Studio WEST-EAST Ltd.

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Bank of Mauritius welcomes Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor, Reserve Bank of India Bank of Mauritius welcomes Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor, Reserve Bank of India //MAURITIUS COMPANY Manage-Consult Studio WEST-EAST Ltd.

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Bank of Mauritius welcomes Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor, Reserve Bank of India COMMUNIQUÉ BANK OF MAURITIUS WELCOMES D R DUVVURI SUBBARAO, G OVERNOR, RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
The Bank of Mauritius (the Bank) welcomed today Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor, Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Governor Subbarao and Mr Rundheersing Bheenick, Governor, Bank of Mauritius discussed matters of bilateral interest and reviewed the excellent state of relations between the Bank and the RBI.
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Governor Subbarao also delivered a talk at the Bank of Mauritius Tower on the theme "Macroeconomic Challenges - A Central Bank's Perspective", in front of a select audience from the financial sector and the business community. The talk was followed by a Q&A session.
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In his exposé, Governor Subbarao stated that the macroeconomic challenges that India faces today are high stubborn inflation, large current account deficit and low investment. He focused on two main issues namely managing growth-inflation dynamics and mitigating the vulnerabilities of the external sector. He underscored that the factors affecting India were not only global but domestic as well. While talking about these concerns, he drew a parallel with the challenges faced by the Mauritian economy.


Banking news 2012

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Economy grew at 6.1% in the December quarter, its slowest in almost three years, but the central bank had been reluctant to begin cutting rates as inflation remained elevated, and RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao maintained a cautious view in his Tuesday policy statement. "It must be emphasised that the deviation of growth from its trend is modest. At the same time, upside risks to inflation persist. These considerations inherently limit the space for further reduction in policy rates," he said. The RBI raised rates 13 times between March 2010 and October 2011 as it struggled to contain price pressures. On Monday, the headline wholesale price index eased slightly to 6.89% for March but was still above expectations, as a drop in manufacturing inflation was offset by a surge in food inflation. On Tuesday, the RBI left unchanged the cash reserve ratio (CRR), the share of deposits that banks must hold with the central bank, at 4.75%, in line with expectations, after cutting it by 125 basis points since January to ease tight market liquidity. Subbarao said liquidity conditions are moving towards normal after several months of acute shortage of cash in the banking system, but also said the RBI would take "appropriate and proactive" steps if needed to restore liquidity to comfortable levels. The central bank said its baseline expectation for GDP growth in the fiscal year that ends in March 2013 is 7.3%, compared with an expected 6.9% in the just-completed year. It expects headline inflation to end the year at 6.5%, with little deviation expected during the year. Sluggish capital investment has exacerbated bottlenecks in the Indian economy, bringing down its capacity for non-inflationary growth to an estimated 7%, from 8.5% before the global financial crisis. Supply shortages persist in infrastructure, energy, minerals and skilled labour. "A strategy to increase the economy's potential by focusing on these constraints is an imperative," Subbarao said. He also reiterated the need for the government to cap a subsidy burden, which led to a bloating of the fiscal deficit in the recent fiscal year to 5.9% of GDP. A weakened government has been unwilling to pass along the price of higher global oil prices to end-users, but pressure on the fiscal deficit is expected to force it to do so. "From the perspective of vulnerabilities emerging from the fiscal and current account deficits, it is imperative for macroeconomic stability that administered prices of petroleum products are increased to reflect their true costs of production," he said.

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