Pramod Rao has taken charge as SEBI’s executive director

On Tuesday, Capital market company, SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) declared that Pramod Rao has taken charge as company’s executive director.

SEBI said in a statement that Rao will be handling the department of debt and hybrid securities as well as the enquiry and adjudication department. He took the charge of the executive director on Juy 15.

Prior to the new post, he held the position of Group General Counsel at ICICI Bank and provided strategic oversight to the legal function of the ICICI group.

According to BusinessToday.In, Earlier he served as a member of the board of directors of ICICI Securities, ICICI Prudential Trust and ICICI Trusteeship Services.

He has also served as General Counsel for the Citi India cluster and was in charge for the legal, secretarial and security and investigative services within Citi India.

“He also worked with IndusLaw, a law firm, as a resident partner, overseeing its banking and finance practice. He has also participated and contributed to various legal and regulatory reform initiatives of the government, regulators and industry forums. He holds a degree of B.A LL.B. (Hons) from National Law School of India University, Bangalore,” a source as per BusinessToday.In.



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