Kashmir Indepth

JK Bank management reaches out to valley industrialists

SRINAGAR, Oct18 ( KINS): As part of the outreach program initiated by CMD, R K Chhibber, the J&K Bank’s management executives today met the representatives of Khonmoh Industrialists Association at their office situated at Industrial Estates Khonmoh.

Presided over by Bank’s President (Credit) Anil Deep Mehta, the meeting was attended by Vice President Shujaat Hussain Andrabi, Zonal Head Shafat Hussain Rufai, Cluster Head Parvez Ahmad and other officers of the Bank while as the industrialist body led by its President Imran Murtuza included Sr Vice President Zahoor Ahmed Malik, Vice President Khan Yasser, Secretary Publicity Oves Rehman and Advisor Mir Saqib.

While appreciating the Bank’s outreach program initiated by its CMD, during the meeting, the representatives from industrialists’ body thanked the Bank’s leadership for walking an extra mile to meet the timely and genuine expectations of the valley’s businessmen.

“We shall always remain grateful to the Bank for extending its great support to the business community of J&K especially during the two severe waves of Covid-19 pandemic that disrupted the local economies across the country”, they said.

The members expressed their concerns in detail and raised issues faced by them while putting forward many suggestions to strengthen the bonds between the industry and the Bank.

Listening patiently to the industrialists, the President acknowledged their deep appreciation for the Bank saying, “Such an appreciation always inspires us to do more for our valuable customers and I assure you all that the issues raised and suggestions put forth in this meeting shall be considered on merit and decided as per the regulatory guidelines of the Bank”, adding that the Bank’s outreach program is aimed at getting the honest and direct feedback from various stakeholders to further align its systems and procedures with the needs of local businesses.

“Your feedback greatly influences our future strategy and goes a long way in helping us to improve our products and services in the process”, he added.

The members of the industrialists’ body hailed the patient hearing of their issues by the Bank’s management executives and assured to extend every possible cooperation to the Bank to strengthen the Bank-Industry relations.( KINS)

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