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Ram Krishna Sinha

Ram Krishna Sinha

Ram Krishna Sinha, based in Mumbai, India, is a former General Manager at Bank of India. He is currently on the Boards of Bank of India Trustee Services Pvt Ltd, and UBI Services Ltd. An External Expert on interview boards of many banks and corporations, he also lends his services as corporate advisor to multiple organizations. Mr. Sinha has authored the motivational book “X-Factor @ Workplace” published by Tata McGraw Hill, and writes extensively on banking & finance, business strategy, corporate and public policy issues of importance. He has completed “Executive Education” in Strategic Communications, at Indian Institute of Management -Calcutta. An award-winning writer, Mr. Sinha has been recognized and honored by various industry and social bodies for his original, relevant and impactful articles, and also for his outstanding professional achievement and contribution to nation building.


Ram Krishna Sinha is an opinion columnist and Executive Council member at the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow him on LinkedIn.
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