NEW YORK: Bank of India, one of India’s premier nationalized banks, commemorated the 105th anniversary of the bank’s foundation day with a traveling exhibition of paintings at the Indian Consulate in New York on September 9.
The exhibition featured works by Manav Gupta, a prominent painter, poet and performance artist from India – named one of the ten leading contemporary artists of India by the Financial Times – whose signature creations includes a 5000-square feet mural for the 6-storeyed Airtel building in India by involving Airtel employees. On the occasion, Narendra Prasad, Chief Executive Officer of Bank of India in New York highlighted the importance of the day for the Bank and gave a brief outline of the Bank’s growth trajectory in India and abroad.
Dr. A.M. Gondane, Deputy Consul General felicitated the Bank on achieving this significant milestone and expressed satisfaction at the growth of Indian banks and their performance in the international market. The event was attended by employees of Bank of India and prominent members of the community.
India Post News Service