RBI deputy governor Kamesam gets 3-month extension

Reserve Bank of India deputy governor Vepa Kamesam's term has been extended to the end of September. His two-year term was due to end in the last week of June.

Source: Business Standard

RBI deputy governor Vepa Kamesam's two-year term has been extended by three months to September.

Kamesam, who looks after the exchange control department and spearheads the information technology upgradation plan of the central bank, was due to retire in the last week of June. "His tenure has been extended up to

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