NSE Symbol: ICICIBANK | BSE Code: 532174
ICICI Bank is one of the premier Indian multinational banks. The bank has more than 4500 offices and has marked its presence in more than 19 countries across the world. The bank has recorded profit after tax of Rs.98.01 billion, as of 31 March 2017. From investment banking and insurance to venture capital and asset management, ICICI Bank is known for many financial services.
In 1994, ICICI bank was promoted by an Indian wholly-owned subsidiary, ICICI Limited. In the fiscal year 1998, the shareholding of ICICI Ltd in ICICI Bank was reduced to 46%. Soon it became the first Indian company and the bank from non-Japan Asia to be listed on NYSE in 1999.
Ms. Chanda Kochhar- MD and CEO, ICICI Bank
The current MD and CEO of ICICI Bank are Ms. Chanda Kochhar. Her leadership skills and knowledge in the retail sector has been very much appreciated in the industry. She has started her career with the erstwhile ICICI Limited. During the 1990's, she was a significant figure in shaping the future of ICICI Bank. In 2011, she had been awarded by the Padma Bhushan, one of India's highest civilian honors.
Mr. M.K. Sharma, Chairman, ICICI Bank
In May 2017, Mr. M.K. Sharma retired as the Vice-Chairman of Hindustan Unilever Limited. He is currently the Chairman of the ICICI Bank's board. When he was serving as a Vice President, his responsibilities included H.R, Legal and Secretarial, Corporate Affairs, Corporate Real Estate functions, New Ventures departments and Corporate Communications. He is also a member on the Board of Governors of ISB, Hyderabad.
The stocks of ICICI Bank are available for buying and selling on NSE and BSE. The codes are as follows:
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