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Tamal Bandyopadhyay has captured the formation and evolution of a contemporary private bank in an exhaustive manner. There is a lot of detailing tracking the micro aspects of change that HDFC Bank has undergone right from its nascent stage; therefore the pace does slow down at some points. However, if the target segment of readers are present day bankers in a private bank, they are bound to relate and rejoice every part of this book. The mammoth effort that Tamal had undertaken and the subsequen Tamal Bandyopadhyay has captured the formation and evolution of a contemporary private bank in an exhaustive manner.
The mammoth effort that Tamal had undertaken and the subsequent delivery in my opinion deserves a standing ovation hence the 5 stars.
Incidentally I have noticed the liking of this book by very senior bankers across different banks and that says it all. Its a must read for bankers. Feb 05, Pranjal Bhatia rated it it was amazing. My main motivation for reading was to understand the Banking system in a leisurely way. Good summary of an excellent organization. But clearly misses out on a lot of aspects.
Could have been a lot better. Oct 06, Anuj Srivastava rated it really liked it. Must read for people from banking and finance industry. Has lot of technical details about banking. Overall a very good book to read. Sep 26, Nishant Shah rated it really liked it. One of those books you feel so good about after reading. Concise and yet powerful in conveying the brand story of one of the most successful banks in India!
Nov 20, Kaustubh Chaharia rated it really liked it Shelves: Covers interesting characters and their stories involved in the banks' making. Feb 09, Prashant Ghabak rated it really liked it Shelves: Very engaging book which sheds light not just on HDFC but also on banking in India with some interesting behind the scene stories.
Oct 25, Nagarajan Narayanan rated it it was amazing. Wonderful and unbiased narration! Must read for the people interested in banking! Feb 18, Anuj Khandelwal rated it it was amazing. Excellent read!
The birth and growth of HDFC bank well captured in a book. May 12, Ajay Raghavan rated it really liked it. Well presented. Tamal converts the reality into a story and does it remarkably well. Jul 25, Sanjay Khetwal rated it liked it. If you are interested in HDFC bank's history, then its a must book for you.
But the author is highly influenced with the charishma of Mr Aditya Puri. Mar 13, Jay Nair rated it liked it. Many lively anecdotes on the Banking sector in general and the inner workings of the Bank. Leisurely read! Feb 11, Bharat rated it really liked it Shelves: About three months back, in January, I was scheduled to interview with the CEO of a large Private bank as part of a competition, and I thought it only to be prudent to learn about the banking Industry.
It captures the two decades that HDFC Bank has been in existence with a meticulous eye for the detail. Without batting an eyelid further I picked up the book and hopes to complete it in one week. The interview About three months back, in January, I was scheduled to interview with the CEO of a large Private bank as part of a competition, and I thought it only to be prudent to learn about the banking Industry.
The interview was scheduled in a week from then. Well, other things caught up, I could not go any further that 50 pages in that one week and well, the interview also did not go the way I wanted it to. The best part about the book is the ease in which one chapter flows into another. It sets the context that this would not be a book laden with facts but is more like a story book charting the growth of HDFC bank from its inception.
The first part of the book states how the top team, also called the dirty dozen was brought together and how the initial setup was done for the bank. The later part charts the growth trajectory the bank takes and the consistent returns it has managed to provide in different volatile conditions.
One thing where the book could have brought in some light is the external world and its impact in helping the bank grow from brick to brick. Also, it does not really dwell too much into what really helped HDFC bank become successful that other banks could not replicate.
Overall, I would recommend this book to everyone having even a faint interest in banking, entrepreneurship or even a taste for a good story. This review was first published at http: Nov 14, Keshava rated it liked it. For business, I initially had to go with Karnataka Bank because of lack of options. But now, that the business has stabilised I have options and was exploring them.
Banks are the main pillars of the company and it is important to chose that bank that can be a good partner for growth and support us all the whi When it comes to banking, I am big fan of new age large private sector banks like ICICI, HDFC, Axis and likes.
Banks are the main pillars of the company and it is important to chose that bank that can be a good partner for growth and support us all the while. So, I bought a book on the bank that has been a roaring success in the Indian market. We normally see pioneers, disruptors, innovators changing the norms of the game and few of them becoming major successes.
A Bank For The Buck, The Story Of HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank does very ordinary things but the execution is extraordinary. The growth has been phenomenal yet very consistent. The book explains how they are different in terms of parent company, risk appetite, products and management.
It also explains a great deal about Mr. Reader also gets familiar with a lot of banking jargons and a banks relation with RBI. Dec 26, Sundarraj Kaushik rated it liked it. A good read. It takes a while, but Aditya decides to jump in and so do a set of enthusiastic people who wish to create history by being part of a team that would setup A good read.
It takes a while, but Aditya decides to jump in and so do a set of enthusiastic people who wish to create history by being part of a team that would setup a new bank in India. The book describes the growth of the HDFC Bank from the small beginnings in Sandoz house from where the initial appointment letters were sent out, many of them not even on a letter head, to being one of the largest private sector bank in India. It underlines the philosophy of the bank which says 'take calculated risk'.
Aditya Puri and his team have taken the bank from its humble beginnings to the current levels without risking too much, being ethical all along, and being mildly aggressive. A part of the success is due to its decision to embrace IT system and innovations whole heartedly unlike many of the Public Sector banks. Feb 15, Neeraj rated it it was amazing Shelves: Long working hours, workers who are too busy to even look at the customers, dull office - usually the things that come to mind when we are asked about banks, read this book and one might have second thoughts.
The author does a really good job of giving a personality to HDFC bank- dynamic, disciplined, brave, jolly, mammoth of a bank. The story starts like a bullet fired, the author narrates as if he was present at the scene, mostly quoting the conversations. He successfully gives character to eac Long working hours, workers who are too busy to even look at the customers, dull office - usually the things that come to mind when we are asked about banks, read this book and one might have second thoughts.
He successfully gives character to each person involved. But the author does not sugarcoat the bank but simply states the fact and anyone who has worked in the banking industry would simply agree.
The way HDFC bank does business and how they have reached where they are, is a reference for other banks. The author does a wonderful job of including incidents which took place at the same time in the financial world which had an impact on the bank. My Life in Public Service. Jagdish Khattar. Steel King: Lakshmi Mittal. Reflections of a Lone Traveller. Madhavan Kavanal. Windows of Opportunity. The Saga of My Life. The Z Factor: Subhash Chandra. The Brilliant Manipulator.
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