New Delhi: When it comes to powerful women in business, as many as four of them from the financial services sector have made a cut in the Fortune India list.
Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson of country’s largest bank SBI, remains the most powerful woman in the Indian business sector.
ICICI Bank’s Chanda Kochhar and Shikha Sharma of Axis Bank follow Bhattacharya at the second and the third place.
Chitra Ramkrishna Managing Director and Chief Executive at the NSE has bagged the 10th position in the Fortune India list of 50 most-powerful businesswomen for 2015.
Besides, two women from the energy sector have found a place in the list.
HPCL Chairperson and MD Nishi Vasudeva is at the fourth position, while Shell India Chairperson Yasmine Hilton is at the 9th place.
Among others in the top 10 are — AZB & Partners Co-Founder Zia Mody and Aruna Jayanthi Chief Executive of Capgemini India, sharing the 5th rank, Suneeta Reddy MD Apollo Hospital Enterprises (7th) and Mallika Srinivasan, chairperson and CEO of TAFE (8th).