The Incredible Banker
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A new Expat CEO, a bank riddled with losses in its Retail banking business, mind numbing politicking amongst the honchos, aggressive loan sales guys battling the listless credit folks Greater Boston Global Bank(GB2) seemed to be like anyother foreign bank. Till it all changed one day when Ronald McCain, CEO of GB2 is hurriedly pulled out of his morning team huddle and summoned by the RBI Governor. What ensued thereon was something Ronald was least prepared for. How could something as catastrophic transpire in an organization, considered to be the Mecca of banking? Ronald has no answers. And when the CBI lands up at Deepak Sarups doors trailing the scent of a the same scandal, Ronald decides to distance the bank leaving Deepak, a senior executive, to fight his own battles. Will Karan, Deepak's one time adversary and now a Journo, bail him out? Will Savitha, his girlfriend, stand by him? And will his family; the CBI and more importantly the country believe what he says? With the media and CBI in hot pursuit, Ronald can't help but wonder what hisfate has in store for him An intriguing tale of love, politics, unbridled aggression and money laundering, "The Incredible Banker" isthe last in the trilogyof banking chronicles Sometimes future can only be seen in fiction. "The Incredible Banker", a tale of corporate politics, deceit, relationships, frauds and money laundering releases in August 2011 raises some interesting and some worrying aspects of living lifetheforeign bankway. A crucial question, to answer which the reader will have to navigate his way through this 300 page blockbuster, is - What does the embedded "Red" in "The Incredible Banker" signify? Read the book to unravel the mystery.
dastardly late night attack.' Tears rolled down her cheeks as she looked at the picture placed on top of the TV. It was Ganjali's favourite picture. Clicked during their wedding reception, he always held her eyes looked mesmerising in that picture. The same eyes were now glistening with tears. She would never see Ganjali again. He was on that ill-fated bus targeted by the Naxalites in Malkangiri. That was what even the caller, a representative of the Orissa government, told her when he gave her
will happen to me now.' 'Try talking to him. I am sure he will work something out. He is not leaving tomorrow morning. He is here at least for some time,' Savitha tried to assure him. 'Yes, I am sure he will do something before he goes.' There was a moments silence before he spoke again. 'But I worry that he may not have enough clout to do anything now that he is moving out.' 'Yes. That's a worry. Why don't you call him now? Let's see what he says.' 'Yes, yes, come...sit. Let me call him
works. Yes, you may have a point there. Ok, let me see what I can do.' 'Thanks, Sanjit. Do keep me on your radar. Please don't forget about me. I am depending on you for this.' Deepak was beginning to realise that he had ruffled quite a few feathers by firing from Sanjit's shoulders. Now without Sanjit, he would himself come into the firing line. 'Yes, Deepak. I am aware. Will surely try and fix up something.' 'Thanks. If I may, I had one last question.' 'Shoot.' 'You just said that despite
owners clandestinely. Some of those lists would have been acquired from some unscrupulous database dealers who, in turn, would have acquired the lists from companies by paying off someone at the lowest level. Expected to call a hundred prospects every day, Swati would even skip lunch breaks to ensure that she finished her work to head back home in time and cook dinner for her ailing mother. She hated this job, but the measly 6,500 she was paid was worth its weight in gold. Add to it the
bank was shred to bits by the front page of The Times of India. Ronald was livid. He was furious at his team, particularly Saurabh, Bhisham and the fraud team led by Inder, for not informing him at the right time. He was shocked that what they could not figure out with their massive databank was easily identified by someone from outside who had limited access to their data. "This is another failure of the India GB2 team,' he screamed. 'We have serious credibility issues in the region which have