Shri Amitabh Banerjee

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Shri Amitabh Banerjee took over the charge of Chairman & Managing Director on the IRFC Board(New)
Shri Amitabh Banerjee was appointed as Managing Director on the IRFC Board on 12th October, 2019. He took over the charge of Chairman & Managing Director on the IRFC Board on 21st May, 2020. He belongs to the IRAS Cadre of 1988 Civil Service Exam Batch. He has a Masters in Commerce and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICWAI). He was a rank holder (13th position in All India Merit List) in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2). He was a recipient of National Talent Search Scholarship (NTS) for 5 years (1980 – 1985).

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Shri Amitabh Banerjee has been appointed as Managing Director on the IRFC Board
Shri Amitabh Banerjee has been appointed as Managing Director on the IRFC Board on 12th October, 2019. He belongs to the IRAS Cadre of 1988 Civil Service Exam Batch. He has a Masters in Commerce and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICWAI). He was a rank holder (13th position in All India Merit List) in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2). He was a recipient of National Talent Search Scholarship (NTS) for 5 years (1980 – 1985).

12 Oct 2019

From the Desk of CMD

We, as IRFC, have come a long way in the service of the nation by supporting developmental needs of the Indian Railways. Since our inception in 1986, we have been unwaveringly true to our Vision of establishing ourselves as a pivotal & premier financial services company for meeting, in the most competitive manner, the gamut of developmental requirements of Ministry of Railways (MoR) for its Rolling Stocks Assets, Project Assets, as well as Projects of National Importance. Over the past three decades, we have evolved as a key player for investment in country’s railways infrastructure landscape.

The year 2019-20 has been a landmark year and the cumulative funding to the railway sector has crossed a monumental figure of INR 3.39 lakh crore to the end of FY 2020. The Company has met the highest ever annual borrowing target of INR 70,471.96 crore mandated by the MoR during the FY 2019-20, registering a year-on-year growth of more than 34%.
We acknowledge the instrumental role that the Indian Railways have played in our country’s economic progress, by transporting a high quantum of assenger and freight traffic in an energy efficient & cost-effective manner through its vast network and thereby integrating markets, connecting communities, enabling productive investments and job creation.

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