SBI Funds Management appoints Deepak Chatterjee as MD

Apart from bringing in expertise of a generalist banker to SBI Mutual Fund, Deepak Chatterjee also brings with him a wide knowledge-base and understanding of capital markets

Deepak Chatterjee has been appointed as the new managing director of SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd, investment manager for SBI Mutual Fund.

Mr Chatterjee has over 32 years of rich experience in the banking sector. In his previous assignments in the last 10 years, he has held senior positions such as EVP & head, regional office, New Delhi at SBI Capital Markets Ltd, SVP & Group head of project finance group, Mumbai at SBI Capital Markets Ltd and AGM & head of commercial branch, Nehru Place, New Delhi at SBI.

Apart from bringing in expertise of a generalist banker to SBI Mutual Fund, Mr Chatterjee also brings with him effective team management skills and a wide knowledge-base and understanding of capital markets.

His previous assignment was of his most successful stints was in the capacity of general manager (Financial Institutions Group) international business group in SBI. As a general manager he was handling fund raising for SBI outside India, country risk and bank exposures. Mr Chatterjee has immense knowledge and experience in various areas of banking such as, credit administration, investment banking, international banking operations, branch management, etc.

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