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Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians

The region's most influential Indians who have set the standard in the banking sector

Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
3. V Shankar was appointed as the CEO of Standard Chartered for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas in May 2010
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
40. Ashok Gupta, the CEO of GCC operations for the Bank of Baroda, he is leading the Indian lender's expansion across the Middle East
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
59. R Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank since 2007 and the winner of several awards, including Best Arab Asian Banker 2006
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
62. Mustafa Vayazil is the founder and managing director of Gargash Insurance and one of the leading brokers in the Middle East
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
64. Rohit Walia set up Bank Sarasin-Alpen and Alpen Capital in 2005 at DIFC and has since expanded operations for both to Doha, Muscat and Mumbai
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
66. Manoj Prasad, CEO and managing director of Signature Capital PTE, which now has over $1bn worth of assets under management
Banking/Finance sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
This photo gallery is only indicative. To view the full list of the Gulf's most influential Indians in the Banking/Finance sector, please visit the following link: http://www.arabianbusiness.com/indian-power-list-2010-363656.html\n

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