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Centre asks CVC for clarity over supervision in privatised IDBI bank

The government has asked the Central Vigilance Commission if it still has vigilance jurisdiction on the now privatised IDBI BankNSE 0.23 %, and sought its advice on the course of action in case of ongoing complaints or investigations, a government official said. In January, the Reserve bank of India had classified IDBI Bank as a private sector lender

The 5 Hottest Technologies In Banking

OBSERVATIONS FROM THE FINTECH SNARK TANK In the movie All The President’s Men, Woodward and Bernstein (played by Redford and Hoffman) meet their informant in a parking garage and receive the following advice: “Follow the money.” If you want to know which technologies are hot in banking, you should do the same. Talk is Cheap For

RBI not in favour of changing IDBI Bank’s name

The IDBI BankNSE -0.47 %’s proposal for changing its name has not found any favour from the Reserve Bank of India, sources said. The board of IDBI Bank last month proposed change in the name of the lender to either LICIDBI Bank or LIC Bank, following its takeover by Life Insurance Corporation. According to the sources, the RBI is

How a board game meetup has introduced networking in Kigali

As people move in and out of Kigali and social groups change, they are inclined to meet some friendly new faces and what better way than  over some fun activities. For this reason, Kigali Board game Meetup has, for more than three years, been bringing together locals and expats with shared interests for fun activities.

Google shutting down social networking site Google+ in April

It’s the end of the road for Google+, the social networking site that never really took off. Google announced it is shutting down the service on April 2. Google launched Google+ in 2011 in an attempt to compete with other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, but the service never really caught on. Google

Five Rules For Networking Your Startup In A New City

As an expat Canadian (New York City has been home for over 20 years), a question I am frequently asked by foreign startups seeking funding or new customers is “how do I network in the United States?” Oh, if only it was so easy to give a single piece of networking advice for that 50