Bombay : State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest lender, wants to use granular data generated at its branches every day to predict stress and act preemptively to protect its balance sheet. As a result, the public lender is looking for ways to use advanced analytics to sift through the data and find patterns that indicate incipient stress. In an interview, Ashwini Kumar Tewari, Managing Director in charge of Risk, Compliance and Stressed Assets at SBI, explained how the bank has digitized certain stress asset management processes. Edited excerpts:
Pedestrian deaths in NJ are on track to reach their highest level in 30 years. We need solutions, say advocates.
New Jersey is on track to end the year with the highest number of pedestrians killed in more than 30 years and the highest number of road fatalities since 2007, according to state police statistics. The 211 pedestrians killed so far in 2021 on Wednesday are the highest number since 1989, when 217 pedestrians were […]
API Nitin Koyalwar By Dheeraj Fartode: SOME people make “service to people” their goal in life and work towards it with a focused mindset. They always stand out from the crowd with their noble intentions. Assistant Inspector of Police (API) Nitin Koyalwar is one such person who is dedicated to their goal. While he was […]
This is an excerpt from The Buzzer, which is CBC Sports’ daily electronic newsletter. Stay up to date with sports news by subscribing here. It’s a long shot, but Canada has a shot at winning its second World Championships medal in Oregon tonight. During this time, two other Canadian competitors will try to qualify for […]