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Dr. Dr D. Subbarao

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Governor

Email: d***@***.in
Reserve Bank of India
Kondi Chetty Street
Parrys George Town Chennai , Tamil Nadu
India

 
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Dr D Subbarao, RBI Governor, ...
www.indlawnews.com, 22 Aug 2012 [cached]
Dr D Subbarao, RBI Governor, while announcing the Mid Quarter Review of the Monetary policy, said the policy from hereon will depend on inflation. The diesel price hike will put pressure on headline inflation.
The marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate remained unchanged at 9.0 per cent, Dr Subbarao said.
Headline WPI inflation (y-o-y) has remained sticky at around 7.5 per cent throughout the current financial year so far.
At the disaggregated level, within primary food articles, the easing of vegetable prices in July-August was to a large extent offset by the surge in prices of cereals and pulses, Dr Subbarao said in a statement. UNI
NIBM Governing Board
nibmindia.org, 25 Nov 2011 [cached]
Dr D Subbarao Governor Reserve Bank of India & Chairman
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nibmindia.org, 29 Nov 2012 [cached]
Dr D Subbarao Governor Reserve Bank of India
The Associated Chambers of Commerce ...
www.assocham.org, 4 Sept 2013 [cached]
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) today said the outgoing Governor Dr D. Subbarao served the Reserve Bank of India with distinction and did his best to safeguard interest of Indian economy in the midst of global turmoil which has particularly hit the emerging economies.
The Subbarao tenure at the RBI will be remembered as one of the most difficult but he stood his ground controlling much of the damage coming from multi-fold threats like capital outflows, high inflation, low growth and above all a huge pressure on the currency.
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The ASSOCHAM which works closely with the RBI on a number of macro-economic issues would also like to compliment Dr Subbarao for ensuring that the Indian banks remain well-capitalised by enforcing the Basel III norms so that they can weather the global storm which tends to push the non-performing assets.
MUMBAI, 3 DEC: The ...
www.thestatesman.net, 3 Dec 2010 [cached]
MUMBAI, 3 DEC: The Reserve Bank governor Dr D Subbarao today pitched for streamlining banking regulations, saying some were "confusing" even though they served the banking system well. On the existing arrays of laws in the banking sector, he favoured a single legislation to remove inconsistencies. Dr Subbarao also asserted that the proposed financial sector reforms should be driven more by the sectoral regulator the Reserve Bank than by a legislative panel. Policy direction should drive the work of the proposed financial sector legislative reforms commission and not the other way around, Dr Subbarao said. The RBI Governor was delivering the inaugural address at the two-day Bancon 2010, one of the premier annual bankers' meets. He said there is an urgent need to streamline the plethora of regulations governing the banking system in the country. There is a whole lot confusing laws out there. But it has served the system well by helping maintain an orderly banking system. The Banking Regulation Act has not only stood the test of time, but several of its provisions have all helped the Reserve Bank in preventing crises and maintaining financial stability", he said. "But the recent global financial crisis has taught us that our regulations have to change according to the need of the time..", Dr Subbarao said. Arguing that there is an urgent need for streamlining and fine-tuning the existing array of laws, the RBI Governor said, we need to do so to level the playing field as the existing laws are uneven. A single legislation will bring about clarity and do away with the inconsistencies currently governing the banking system. "The prime motivation for rewriting the laws should be to integrate the various statutes, reflect the lessons from the (recent global financial) crisis and aid inclusive growth", Dr Subbarao said. He said the global financial crisis threw up a number of areas requiring significant legislative action either because there is no legislation or because the prevailing legislation is inadequate. Dr Subbarao said the decision to set up a financial sector legislative reforms commission to rewrite and clean up the financial sector laws, to bring them in line with the requirements of the sector, was very timely and vital. pti
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