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Mr. Amit Agrawal, Director, ICICI Bank Limited


Mr. Amit Agrawal
Director, ICICI Bank Limited


Mr Amit Agrawal has been a member of the Indian Administrative Service, India's elite public-policymaking and administrative cadre, for the past 24 years. Since 2016, he is serving as Joint Secretary to the Government of India in the Ministry of Finance, Department of Financial Services. He is also a Director on the Board of ICICI Bank, India's largest private sector bank.


An alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, he has served in senior positions in the Government of India and two State Governments, broadly in the areas of finance, technology, innovation and technical education. His earlier charges include that of Director in the Prime Minister’s Office; Adviser and Director in the Office of Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council; Officer on Special Duty with the Chairman of the National Innovation Council; head of various state government departments and agencies; and head of district-level local governments.


In his previous charge as Finance Secretary to the State Government of Chhattisgarh, Mr Agrawal was engaged in a massive expansion of the banking network in the left-wing extremism affected and highly underdeveloped Bastar region, and in expanding financial inclusion across the State.


While CEO of Local Government in Dhar District in the tribal heartland of Central India, he conceived and implemented a rural IT project which received the Stockholm Challenge IT Award in 2000 for marking a ‘paradigm shift in e-governance’. The awarded idea of a one-stop shop for electronically retailing egovernance services through village entrepreneurs found reflection in the Common Service Centre Scheme of the Government of India, under which almost 200,000 such centres are now retailing egovernance services. Many of these are now serving as business correspondents of banks for financial inclusion in rural areas. Being an innovator committed to community- and market-oriented innovations, he also launched half a dozen innovative development initiatives in diverse spheres at the district level, which were recommended by the State Government for replication across the State.