State Bank of India is one of few financial institutions in the world which has a full-time CEO. In this case, CEO does not stand for ‘Chief Executive Officer’, but ‘Chief Ethics Officer’.
Towards the end of January 2017, State Bank of India, General Manager(CRPD, Mumbai) released as advertisement seeking applications for ‘Chief Ethics Officer’, on contract basis in State Bank of India.
The Chief Ethics Officer will lead the Ethics and Business Conduct Department of State Bank of India.
The Chief Ethics Officer will be placed at the rank of Chief General Manager.
He/She will report to the Managing Director (Compliance and Risk) of State Bank of India. the Bank.
The applicants should possess proven leadership qualities, with wide experience in the field of Corporate Governance.
Preference will be given to candidates with Banking and / or Financial Service sector background. However, candidates associated in propagation of Culture of Ethics in a large organization may also be engaged.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The primary responsibility of the Chief Ethics Officer would be to oversee the Ethics and Conduct Programme in the Bank with the objective of anchoring and promoting a positive ethical culture in the organization leading to enhancement in brand equity and market reputation.
7 Applicants have been selected for the Interview on 06/03/2017.