Indian banks adequately capitalised for Basel III – Shyamala Gopinath profile

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Shyamala Gopinath: stepping down after 30 years at India's central bank

Shyamala Gopinath, deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) until her retirement in June, has seen a lot of change after a 30-year career working for India’s central bank. Modest about her own contributions at the public organisation, Gopinath was nonetheless instrumental in ensuring RBI Financial Stability reports were made available to the public during the past two years. She also played a key role in regulating government bond auctions that took place in the country following the

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