Odia Officer Radha Shaym Ratho Appointed Executive Director In RBI


Odia Officer Radha Shaym Ratho has been appointed as the Executive Director (ED) of the Reserve Bank Of India by the Centre.

As per the report, the appointment came into impact from 11th December, and Radha Shayam Ratho will be looking after the Financial Markets Operations Department, Department of External Investments and Operations, Legal Department, and Secretary’s Department.

Before getting the position of Executive Director (ED), Ratho was working as the Chief General Manager, Financial Markets operations Department in the Reserve Bank of India. 

In his three decades of career Ratho has worked in financial markets, external investment and operations, banking, and other areas under the Reserve Bank Of India.  Even he previously has also served as a faculty member of the Reserve Bank Staff College, Chennai.

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Ratho is the son of Former Vice-Chancellor of Berhampur University – Professor Trinath Ratho and Sarala Ratho. He completed his schooling at Ispat English Medium School in Rourkela and Saint Vincent Convent School in Berhampur. He graduated from Ispat College in Rourkela and completed his Master’s Degree in Economics from Utkal University.

Ratho also has a degree in Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science (MScs) in Banking and Finance, also have merited professional qualifications including Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (CAIIB).

After his graduation and studied, he later joined the Reserve Bank Of India as a manager in 1991.

Besides Ratho, four other Odisha-born officers are currently operating top posts in the apex bank.

Article Written by Dikhya Mohanty

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