Former ED & Senior Advisor at Export-Import Bank of India

Mr. Prabhakar Dalal is a highly experienced banker in commercial and development banking, with extensive international exposure. He joined Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank), premier all-India financial institution, wholly owned by the Government of India, at its inception and was an integral part of institutional development and business expansion journey of EXIM Bank for over 31 years. He worked as an Executive Director of EXIM Bank for over 3 years and upon superannuation, he served as the Senior Advisor of the Bank.

Mr. Dalal has over 37 years of rich and varied experience as Bank Officer, including extensive international exposure. His core competencies include corporate term loans and working capital finance, international trade and overseas projects finance, human resources management and institutional and international relations. He has strong execution capabilities and is adept at innovation, product development, team building and leadership.

Mr. Dalal, served as Branch Manager of UCO Bank, at the age of 25, has several achievements to his credit during his long career, which include setting up and heading export Lines of Credit (LOC) Department in EXIM Bank, which grew exponentially. He was also involved in the launch of Buyer’s Credit-NEIA program of EXIM Bank. He has also served as EXIM Bank’s Resident Representative for Africa and has learnt French and German languages.

Mr. Prabhakar Dalal has a Post Graduate in Commerce (M.Com.); a Degree in Law (LL.B.) and a Certificate in Banking (C.A.I.I.B.). He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Foreign Exchange & Risk Management (P.G.D.F.E.R.M.) and is a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (F.I.I.B.F.). He has led EXIM Bank’s consulting teams to SAARC Development Fund and to Nigerian Exim Bank. He has chaired / lectured at various national and international seminars. Mr. Dalal (DIN: 00544948) has served / been serving as Nominee Director on the Boards of several companies in pharmaceuticals, textiles, engineering and finance sectors.