Indian Bank Specialist Officers Vacancies 138 Posts updated on 12th August 2022

Indian Bank is an Indian state-owned financial services company established in 1907 and headquartered in Chennai, India. It has 20,924 employees, 2900 branches with 2861 ATMs and 1014 cash deposit machines and is one of the top performing public sector banks in India. Total business of the bank has touched ₹430,000 crore (US$60 billion) as on 31 March 2019. Bank’s Information Systems & Security processes certified with ISO27001:2013 standard and is among very few Banks certified worldwide. It has overseas branches in Colombo and Singapore including a Foreign Currency Banking Unit at Colombo and Jaffna. It has 227 Overseas Correspondent banks in 75 countries. Since 1969, the Government of India has owned the bank. As per the announcement made by the Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on 30 August 2019, Indian Bank will be anchor bank for the Kolkata-based Allahabad Bank, and this merger is expected to come on force from 1 April 2020, making it the seventh largest bank in the country.

Specialist Officers Vacancies 2020

Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Indian Bank has given a notification for the recruitment of Specialist Officer vacancies . Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the notification & apply online.

Last Date10-Feb-2020
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Post NameIndian Bank Specialist Officer Online Form 2020
Total Vacancies138
LocationAcross, India
Fee DetailsFor All Others: Rs. 600/- + GST For SC/ST/PWD: Rs. 100/- + GST Payment Mode: through Online

Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Sr.Post NameNo.of PostsQualificationAge Limit
1Assistant Manager Credit85CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience20 to 30 Years
2Manager Credit15CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
3Manager Security15CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
4Manager Forex10CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
5Manager Legal02CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
6Manager Dealer05CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
7Manager Risk Management05CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience25 to 35 Years
8 Senior Manager Risk Management01CA/ CMA/ ICWAI with Relevant experience27 to 37 Years

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Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job

Start Date22-Jan-2020
End Date10-Feb-2020
Date of Advertisement23-Jan-2020
Last Date for Printing of Application25-02-2020
Download of call letters for online examination20-02-2020
Date for Online Examination08-03-2020

Early formation and expansion

In the last quarter of 1906, Madras (now Chennai) was hit by the worst financial crisis the city was ever to suffer. Of the three best-known British commercial names in 19th century Madras, one crashed; a second had to be resurrected by a distress sale; and the third had to be bailed out by a benevolent benefactor. Arbuthnot & Co, which failed, was considered the soundest of the three. Parry’s (now EID Parry), may have been the earliest of them and Binny and Co.’s founders may have had the oldest associations with Madras, but it was Arbuthnot, established in 1810, that was the city’s strongest commercial organisation in the 19th Century. A key figure in the bankruptcy case for Arbuthnot’s was the Madras lawyer, V. Krishnaswamy Iyer who founded the Indian bank which was an offshoot of nationalistic fervour and the Swadeshi movement, when the then British Arbuthnot Bank collapsed and the Indian Bank emerged. Mr V. Krishnaswamy Iyer solicited the support of the Nagarathar Chettiars authored by Mr. Ramasamy Chettiar, who was Annamalai Chettiar’s elder brother. Sri V. Krishnaswamy Iyer and Mr. Ramasamy Chettiar were one of the first directors of Indian Bank. Later on in 1915, Mr. Annamalai Chettiar was inducted into the board of the Indian Bank. It commenced operations on 15 August 1907 with its head office in Parry’s Building, Parry Corner, Madras.

Post Independence of India

After the war, in 1947, it reopened its branch in Colombo. Indian Bank also reopened its branches in Burma, Malayan and Singapore, the last in 1962. The Burmese government nationalised all foreign banks, including Indian Bank’s branch, in 1963.

The 1960s saw IB expand domestically as it acquired Rayalaseema Bank (est. 1939), Mannargudi Bank (est. 1932), Bank of Alagapuri, Salem Bank (est. 1925), and Trichy United Bank. Trichy United was the result of the 1965 merger of Woraiyur Commercial Bank (est. 1948), the Palakkarai Bank, and the Tennur Bank (est. 3 March 1947.) These were all small banks with the result that all the acquisitions added only about 38 branches to IB’s network. Trichy United had five branches and its acquisition in 1967 brought the number of IB branches up to 210.

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