J&K Bank accords warm farewell to ED, President
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Srinagar, June 30: After putting in about 40 years of service in J&K Bank, Executive Director & Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Abdul Majid Mir, and President, Ghulam Ahmad Regoo were accorded a warm send off here today on attaining the age of superannuation.
A farewell gathering was held to honour them for their distinguishing contribution in the bank’s uninterrupted growth and development.
The Chairman & CEO Mushtaq Ahmad hailed their contribution and exemplary performance.
Speaking at the farewell gathering, Abdul Majid Mir thanked management and employees of the bank for their total support and cooperation.
“I am leaving with satisfaction that the Bank is at present one of the best Banks in the industry. This has been possible due to sustained efforts by one and all. I am sure that Bank will gain newer heights in the days to come. My sincere good wishes to all of you”, Mir said.
Expressing his views G A Regoo said, “I would like to convey my gratitude to all my colleagues for their love and support throughout my career in the Bank. I pray and aspire that the J&K Bank, which I served for over four decades, reaches newer heights with every passing day”.
Bank’s Presidents and Vice-Presidents, senior Executives were also present on the occasion to see off the retiring officials.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 30 Jun 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
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