On March 5, Prashant Kumar, then the finance chief of State Bank of India, was tasked with leading troubled lender Yes Bank as part of a rescue plan prepared by the Reserve Bank of India. Moving from SBI’s Churchgate headquarters in Mumbai to Yes Bank’s Prabhadevi office was a big ......
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