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Strategy
Implementation

History of SBI

Bank of Calcutta
established in
Eastern Part of
India
Later
Rechristened as
Bank of Bengal

1806

1840
s
Two more
Presidency Banks
were established
Bank of Bombay
and Bank of
Madras

Government formed
the Imperial Bank of
India (IBI) by
merging three
Presidency Banks.
IBI worked as
Bankers Bank and a
banker to
government

1921

1935
With the
Establishment of
RBI, IBI seized to
exist as a Banker to
the government.
1947 IBI had a
capital base of $2.5
million

Government
integrated IBI with
other stat owned
banks to form SBI
Four years later
SBI(Subsidiarys
ACT) was passed
enabling SBI to take
our 8 former stateassociated banks

1955

SBI grew its network from around 500 branches in 1960s to over 8000 branches in 1990s
It played an important role in developing Indias rural regions, providing financing for
modernizing the countrys agricultural industry.
Helped Infrastructure development by providing credit and development assistance to
villages

Leadership O.P Bhatt

Joined as P.O officer in SBI in year 1972


Short Stint at London and Washington office
Elevated North-east region from 14th to 1st rank
Junior most and youngest

Best Banker of the Year 2008 & 2009


Exemplary Leader Award by World HRD Congress
JRD Tata Corporate Leadership Award for the year
2009
QFC-Asian Banker Leadership Achievement Award for
Asia Pacific
NDTV award for 'Inspiring
Business Leader in a Crisis'
Visionary
in 2009
Result driven

Achievements
Re-established its leadership in every segment
of banking
Number one in India in terms of market cap,
overtaking ICICI
Indias most valuable bank
5th largest company in terms of market cap,
from 14th
Entered the Fortune Global 500

Thought
Leadership
Motivator and
team oriented

Delegative
and
Participative

Transformatio
nal Leader

Integrity

Effective
communicator

Business Strategies - OP Bhatt


Bhatts belief, SBI is the bank of every Indian; whether or not he banks with us and we
have a responsibility towards every Indian, shaped his vision for the bank.
The Cascading Conclaves - Communicating the
Vision for Future

Improvement in
efficiency
Improved Quality
of Service to
Customers
Increase Market
share by 0.25%
every quarter

First Chairman with complete term


at his hand

Aamby
Valley

Conclave for 2 MDs and 22 DMDs and their


Families
External Speaker called to explain essence of
Transformation
Result was a 14 point agenda for transformation
of bank

Next
Wave of
Conclaves

Conclaves for CGM and GM held by MDs and


Chairman
Creation of Four key benchmarks: - Best
Customer Service Bank, Best PSU Bank, Best
Indian Bank & Best Global Bank

The Union
Conclave

Bhatt and his team spent two days explaining the


enormity of the issues to the 30 union leaders
Managements decision to involve Unions in the
transformation process lead to constructive
strategies.

Business Strategies - OP Bhatt

Leadership Mr. Pratip Chaudhuri


Chair Tenure : 7 April 2011 - 30 September 2013
Previous Leadership Position : Deputy Managing
Director
Chairman of SBI Global Factors
State Bank of Mysore
Chairman of State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
State Bank of Travancore
Served as the Chairman and Director at State Bank of
Hyderabad

Sensing
the whole

Harnessin
g
collective
intelligen
ce

Leading
Future
Possibiliti
es

Collective
Leadership

Accessing
our
humanity

Engaging
Stakeholde
rs
Authentical
ly

Spotting
Innovative
Solutions

Bad assets: Net & Gross NPAs


doubled
NIM: Declining Progressively
Profit: Continuous decline
RoA & RoE: Deteriorating

Poor
Show

Key Business Strategies Pratip Chaudhuri


Goal for three year term: Maintain The Leadership Position Of the bank In Retail And
Corporate Banking
Strategic focus areas

Tackle decrease in topline by pushing the


bank to grow above industry average
Focus on long tenure term loans for
companies and on bettering NPAs

Consolidation of subsidiaries

Strategy for overseas expansion to follow


Flag and the people

Near double ris


e in
NPAs due to slowin
g
economy

Reducing
provisioning fo
r bad
loans and pens
ions
Doing away wi
th
loan prepayment
penalty

Moodys cut do
wn
SBIs debt ratin
g
and outlook on
financial streng
th
Shares of SBI ta
nked
40% between
Apr11 and June
13

Leadership : Arundhati Bhattacharya

Name : ARUNDHATI BHATTACHARYA


Age : 59
Designation : Chairperson, SBI
Service Tenure : 36 years with SBI
Past positions : Managing Director & CFO of SBI

1st Female to head a


Fortune 500 company in
India

30th most powerful


woman globally
I have no magic wand to make the non-performing assets go
away. We have to work through the pain to fight the issue.

Twoyear
sabbat
ical
policy
for
wome
n

Mobile
Bankin
g

SBI
Genera
l
Insura
nce

INITIATI
VES
TAKEN

SBI
Custo
dial
Servic
es

SBI SG
Global
Securit
ies
Service
s

SBI
Macqua
rie
Infrastr
ucture
Fund

Leadership : Arundhati Bhattacharya

Key Business Strategies Arundhati Bhattacharya


Risk Management
Key Focus
Areas
Super Six
Strategy
Improving Asset Quality

Cost Rationalisation
Risk Management
Digital Banking
Customer Delivery
Repositioning Human Delivery

Customer Delivery
Channel

Tackle Bad Assets

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