J&K Bank committed to revival of businesses: CMD
Oct 25, 2020
SRINAGAR: Federation of All India Vyapar Mandal (AIVFM) led by its National President Jayendra Tanna organized a webinar. On the occasion, J&K Bank Chairman and MD RK Chhibber was invited for 'Special Talk' as the chief guest.
The webinar titled "Various schemes of Central and UT Government especially for traders implemented by J&K Bank" was organized by the federation's J&K Unit. The bank's Executive Presidents Arun Gandotra and Sunil Gupta were also present on the occasion.
The participants from the federation included its National General Secretary VK Bansal, President J&K Unit Sanjay Bansal, Vice-Presidents Sandeep Mengi and Siddarth Bhatia, JointSecretary Sanjeev Aggarwal, Treasurer Ajay Ahuja and other members of the federation from across the country.
Speaking on the occasion, J&K Bank Chairman and MD R K Chhibber said, "The growth of bank is always linked to the growth of businesses in every economy. However, in J&K, our Bank and the businesses enjoy such a unique relationship that growth of both is intertwined to the extent of mutual interdependence. Therefore, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to remain in touch with all our stakeholders that include businesses through an elaborate series of deliberations and discussions at different forums wherein we listened to their concerns and constraints caused by the pandemic.
"Taking all the stakeholders along, J&K Bank remains committed to revival of businesses despite ongoing pandemic through its customer-specific tailored products and best customer services besides playing an instrumental role in extending benefits to the people under various government sponsored schemes and packages from time to time", he added Earlier, the members of FAIVM led by their National
President welcomed the Chairman and MD RK Chhibber. During the webinar, the members dwelt in detail on the challenges faced by the traders primarily due to COVID-19 induced economic disruption leading to reduced public spending.
The participants also voiced few more suggestions for strengthening the bond between the bank and the federation comprising of 2.50 lakh traders in the UT alone besides around 150 associations affiliated with All India Vyapar Mandal. The suggestions were duly responded to by the Chairman to the satisfaction of participants