Punjab National Bank is an Indian public sector banking and financial service company, with its headquarters in New Delhi, India. The bank was founded in 1894. As of 31 March 2019, the bank has over 110 million customers, 7001 branches and 10681 ATMs across 764 cities.
Punjab National Bank is looking for experienced Banking Industry experts to be engaged as Advisors/Consultants in the Law Domain. Individual(s) will be responsible for steering and advising the Bank in exigencies/issues that may unfurl during the course of amalgamation.
The subject be a serving/retired GM/DGM from PSBs or a Practicing lawyer having vast experience in dealing with high stake Banking cases; legal & commercial issues that may possibly arise out of Insolvency proceedings and/or loan transactions; drafting of business/corporate agreements, service agreements etc. with vendors/service providers and also willing to implement best legal practices across industry, advice management to bring necessary change in existing system in the field.
Remuneration for the engagement will be in the range of Rs. Two Lacs to Rs. Five Lacs per month, consolidated, depending upon the profile.
Eligible candidates may submit their request along with a hard copy of the Curriculum Vitae (CV), experience certificate and supporting documents in a sealed envelope:
GENERAL MANAGER PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION 1 ST FLOOR, WEST WING, CORPORATE OFFICE SECTOR 10, DWARKA, NEW DELHI-110075
The Domain Area in which the application is being made should be specified clearly at the top of the CV as well as on the envelope. The applications should reach us latest by 16th September 2019. No application shall be entertained beyond the stipulated date.
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