About D. N. Ghosh: Dhruba Narayan Ghosh is the doyen of banking and financial history of India and has straddled across public and private sector organizations, the Indian Government, and the academic world too. His contribution to these areas has been acknowledged by the who’s who of the financial world and he remains a respected figure due to his unparalleled experience and knowledge.
His career: Mr D. N. Ghosh has served across a multitude of private and public companies at the Senior Management level and to name a few, HDFC Limited, Birla Corporation Limited, Durga High-tech Cement, Tata Global Beverages, State Bank of India, Damodhar Cement, Gerdau Steel Limited, Sundaram BNP Paribas Asset Management company, Larsen & Toubro Limited, Philips (I) Limited and many more. He has been associated with various State and Central Government departments as Secretary, Financial Advisor and Addl. Secretary.
He is also the Founder and Chairman of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Lucknow.
D.N. Ghosh, the Author: Being an authority on banking and financial history, Mr Ghosh wrote two books of worthy praise- “Governance and Accountability” & “Business and Polity” and his roles as an administrator and policy maker make his references authentic and real. He was also closely connected to “Banking Policy in India” which was a JNU publication.
About “No Regrets”: D. N. Ghosh recently wrote his most dramatic and thought-provoking book yet, “No Regrets” and as usual has garnered rave reviews due to the political drama and events surrounding the nationalization of banks in India. Since he was able to observe the most dramatic event in the banking history of India, its nationalization, Ghosh is able to delve into the deep realms of this path-breaking decision.
His career has been analysed and laid open to the readers and a couple of chapters are dedicated towards his controversial and hectic post-retirement life
Who will benefit? Policy and decision makers of the financial world, bankers, Banking students and even the common man wanting to understand the banking history of India will benefit immensely by reading this detailed account by D.N. Ghosh.
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