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Jul 10, 2018
11:35PM

RBI invites application for post of CEO of National Centre for Financial Education

The Reserve Bank of India has invited application for the post of CEO of the National Centre for Financial Education- NCFE. The institute is a joint initiative of all financial sector regulators; RBI, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority and Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India. 

A RBI press release issued from Mumbai today said that the CEO should have the vision and ability to transform NCFE into an institution of national importance. 

It added that the CEO is expected to provide administrative, operational and strategic leadership to the institute under the overall guidance of its board of directors. The post is in Mumbai. Details and application procedure is available on the website http://www.ncfeindia.org/careers.  

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