Patra will hold the office for a period of three years and is likely to work on the monetary policy portfolio, which was with Acharya.January 14, 2020
Vishwanathan is one of the three Deputy Governors, besides B.P. Kanungo and M.K. Jain, at the central bank.July 1, 2019
Acharya submitted a letter to the RBI informing that due to 'unavoidable personal circumstances' he is unable to continue his term beyond July 23, 2019.June 24, 2019
Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor N.S. Vishwanathan on Friday said the required provisioning for the NPA (non-performing asset) accounts referred for insolvency resolution is “nothing unusually large”. “Let me explain the logic for the provisioning requirement for the cases referred in the IBC (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code),” he said at an event organised by …October 13, 2017
Government on Wednesday appointed Viral V Acharya, a professor of Economics in the Department of Finance at the New York University (NYU), new Deputy Governor at the Reserve Bank of India.
The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet cleared the appointment for three years.
He is taking over at a time when the central bank is facing criticism for repeated changes in the rules related to deposit and withdrawal of money, post-demonetisation.
Acharya is known for his research in theoretical and empirical analysis of systemic risks of the financial sector, its regulation and genesis in government-induced distortions, according to the profile on the NYU website.
The research areas also span across credit and liquidity risks, agency-theoretic foundations as well as their general equilibrium consequences, it says.
Acharya is is the C V Starr Professor of Economics in the Department of Finance at the New York University Stern School of Business (NYU-Stern).
An alumnus of IIT, Mumbai, with a degree of Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering in 1995 and PhD in Finance from NYU-Stern in 2001, Acharya was with London Business School (2001-08) and served as the Academic Director of the Coller Institute of Private Equity at LBS (2007-09) and a Senior Houblon-Normal Research Fellow at the Bank of England (Summer 2008).