Srinagar- A delegation of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) today called upon MD & CEO J&K Bank Baldev Prakash at Corporate Headquarters. During the introductory meeting, MD & CEO felicitated the newly elected members of KCCI executive body led by President Javed Ahmed Tenga.
Bank’s General Managers Ashutosh Sareen, Syed Rais Maqbool, Syed Shujaat Hussain, Divisional Head (Kashmir) Syed Shafat Hussain, Zonal Head (Srinagar) Shabir Ahmad along with DGMs were also present at the meeting besides senior KCCI office-bearers Ashaq Hussain Shangloo, Fayaz Ahmad Punjabi, Faiz Ahmad Bakshi and others.
Speaking on the occasion, MD & CEO Baldev Prakash dwelt upon the long-lasting relationship between the chamber and the Bank saying, “J&K Bank is your Bank, which has always supported businesses in a very pro-active manner. While carrying forward the rich legacy spanning over decades of mutual progress, we plan to take this association to another level in coming times.”
“Whatever is required to further strengthen the relationship will be done within the regulatory guidelines, for I truly believe that our progress is interlinked with your growth. And we need to join forces to accelerate the socio-economic development of this place”, he added.
Earlier, the members thanked the Bank for its continued financial support especially to ensure continuity and revival of businesses during difficult times like 2014 floods, Covid19 etc. The delegation also put on record its appreciation of the management for recently taken measures especially rolling out One Time Settlement Schemes and establishment of LCUs.
While stressing upon the need to engage each other at various levels, members of the delegation assured the Bank’s management of complete cooperation from KCCI whenever and wherever required.
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