Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
Mr. B.R.S. Satyanarayana, Nominee Director
Shri. B.R.S. Satyanaryana has over 33 years of banking experience, having started his career as a Probationary Officer with State Bank of India in 1988. He has held various positions both in India and overseas, across multiple functions.
Prior to assuming charge as President & Chief Operating Officer of SBICAP with effect from 4th June 2021, his roles included Chief General Manager of International Banking – II, managing bank’s network in Asia, Africa &. Australia. SBI is the largest Commercial bank in India with over 22,000 branches. As the head of International Banking-II, responsible for driving SBI’s business which include Institutional Sales, Loans & Advances, Liability Products, Trade Finance and Payments Products in the allocated geographies. Headed Financial Institutions Group (2018-19) controlling the 235 correspondent Banking relationships and Money Laundering Reporting Officer for the International Banking Operations. He held the position of Country Head and CEO of SBI Japan Operations (2012-2018).
During the period 1988 to 2010, he had held assignments spanning various facets of retail, agriculture and Small Businesses, Investment management of Pension funds, resource mobilization and their deployment
He has a Master’s degree in Financial Service Management and is a Certified Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers.
Shri Naresh Yadav joined State Bank of India as a Probationary Officer in 1985. He is a Science faculty graduate and Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers. He has been associated with SBI for 34 years and has managed various responsibilities in multiple roles like Head Human Resources – Delhi Circle, DGM & Circle Development Officer – Mumbai, Head Business & Operations – West Zone (Mumbai), Head Mid Corporate – Regional Office Kolkata, Network Head – Kolkata and Deputy CEO – Jio Payments Bank.
Mr. Suresh Kozhikote has been appointed as Managing Director & Chief Executive Office at SBICAP Ventures Limited (SVL) in June 2020. Prior to his appointment at SVL, Mr. Kozhikote was the General Manager- Private Equity at the State Bank of India (SBI) Corporate Center, Mumbai.
Mr. Kozhikote has over 33 years’ experience in banking, having started his career with the State Bank Group in 1987. Mr. Kozhikote has handled assignments both in India and overseas across various functions. He has been in treasury operations for more than 18 years – from a Forex dealer to Head – Treasury. His assignments include Vice President (Treasury) at SBI Central Treasury Hong Kong, Dy General Manager at State Bank of Patiala as Head of Treasury and then as Head of Retail Operations covering Delhi NCR, Haryana & Rajasthan. Also, as Dy. General Manager (Taxation), he was in charge of GST project in SBI. As General Manager- Private Equity, he managed SBI’s portfolio of Private Equity, Strategic Investments and Investments in AIF.
Mr. Kozhikote is a Commerce Graduate, a Certified Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers and has a Diploma in Treasury, Investment and Risk Management.
Annual Action plan of CSR for financial year 2022-23
|Sr No||Proposed Project||Focus Area|
|1||COVID 19 Relief measures like provision of meals/essential kits to the under-privileged and needy including healthcare workers and caregivers affected by the lockdown and second wave situation across the country.||Covid relief & eradicating hunger, poverty, and malnutrition|
Supporting immediate response to the healthcare crisis arising out of the second wave of COVID 19 pandemic and strengthening of overall healthcare infrastructure system to mitigate the same through exploring the following activities:
(i)Provision of requirements like oxygen set up variants from medical equipment to consumables.
(ii) Funding for setting up oxygen generating plants.
(iii) Setting up of temporary emergency facilities including makeshift hospitals and Covid care facilities.
(iv) Strengthening of emergency response facilities like helplines, ambulances etc
(v) Community vaccination & testing efforts as per terms allowed by the Government under CSR.
|3||Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills especially among children, women, elderly, and the differently abled and livelihood enhancement projects.||Education & Livelihoods|
|4||Budget for any other projects for specified in schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013.||Activities specified under Schedule VII of the Companies Act, covering eligible CSR activities.|