The British multinational bank, Barclays Plc has appointed Parmod Kumar as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its Indian unit. He will be replacing Ram Gopal who is leaving after leading the bank in the country for nearly six years.
In 1990 Barclays opened its first branch in india and at present it has branches
at Mumbai, Delhi and Nelamangala(Karnataka).
Barclays is the first bank in the world to set up an Automated Teller Machine (ATM). The first ATM was set up by it in London, England on 27 June 1967.
India is an important market for Barclays. It was ranked as the fourth largest market for Barclays after the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Ireland.
The India business, which also includes corporate and private banking, was more than twice the size of Singapore’s and Japan’s last year.
It is a British multinational bank based in London, United Kingdom.
It was founded in 1690 in London.
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CEO : Parmod Kumar