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Kerry Killinger
Kerry Killinger

Kerry K Killinger (born June 6, 1949, in Des Moines, Iowa) is an American businessman and a former chairman and chief executive officer of Washington Mutual, a failed savings and loan association that became the largest bank failure in U.S. history.

Early life and career:

Killinger received his education at the University of Iowa, from which he received his BBA in 1970 and MBA in 1971. He began his career in the financial services industry in 1972, as an investment analyst with Bankers Life Insurance Company of Nebraska, and moved on to Murphey Favre in the 1976, at which he was a securities analyst and eventually a vice president.

Washington Mutual:

Washington Mutual acquired Murphey Favre in 1983, and Killinger was named executive vice president, and was promoted in 1986 to senior vice president, and to director in 1988. He was named president of the company that year, CEO in 1990, and chairman in 1991. American Banker named him its 2001 Banker of the Year. In 2003, Killinger predicted that by 2008, Washington Mutual would not be identified as a bank. He said “We hope to do to this industry what Wal-Mart did to theirs, Starbucks did to theirs, Costco did to theirs and Lowe’s-Home Depot did to their industry.”

Faced with mounting losses from the mortgage market and deep declines in the stock price as a result of the subprime mortgage crisis, the board of directors removed Killinger as CEO on September 8, 2008. The Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) seized Washington Mutual’s banking divisions on September 25, 2008, and named the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as their receiver in the largest bank failure in the history of the United States.

While CEO of Washington Mutual in 2007, Killinger earned a total compensation of $14,364,883. In 2008, he took home $25.1 million in compensation. Killinger received a $15.3 million severance payment in September 2008 “as well as a $445,200 lump-sum payment for vacation benefits and a $300,669 ‘special payment'”.

In March 2011, Killinger and two other bank officers were sued by the FDIC for “reckless lending”.

Katherine Maher
Katherine Maher

Katherine Roberts Maher was born in 18th April, 1983. He is the previous CEO and leader overseer of the Wikimedia Foundation, positions she held from 2019 to April 2021 and from 2016 to April 2021 respectively. Previously, she was boss interchanges officer. She knows quite a bit about the field of data and correspondences innovation and worked in the non-benefit and global areas, zeroing in on the utilization of innovation to engage common liberties and worldwide turn of events.

Maher experienced childhood in Wilton, Connecticut and went to Wilton High School. After secondary school, Maher moved on from the Arabic Language Institute’s Arabic Language Intensive Program of The American University in Cairo in 2003, which she said was a developmental encounter that ingrained a profound love of the Middle East. Maher in this manner learned at the Institut français d’études arabes de Damas in Syria and invested energy in Lebanon and Tunisia. In 2005, Maher got a four year certification from New York University in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. Maher initially thought she would have been a scholastic and worked for common liberties and worldwide improvement associations. Maher is situated in San Francisco, California. She communicates in English, Arabic, French, and German.

After temporary jobs at the Council on Foreign Relations and Eurasia Group, in 2005, Maher started working at HSBC in London, Germany, and Canada as a feature of their global chief improvement program. In 2007, Maher got back to New York City where from 2007 to 2010 she worked at UNICEF as an advancement and correspondence officer. She attempted to advance the utilization of innovation to work on individuals’ lives and gone widely to chip away at issues identified with maternal wellbeing, HIV/AIDS anticipation, and youth support in technology. One of her first activities at UNICEF included testing MediaWiki expansions identified with availability in Ethiopia. Another venture got USAid Development 2.0 Challenge award subsidizing to deal with the utilization of cell phones to screen nourishment in kids in Malawi

From 2013 to 2014, Maher was promotion chief at the Washington, D.C.- based Access Now. As a component of this work, she zeroed in on the effect on individuals of laws about network safety, profound quality, and criticism of the express that increment state restriction and lessen dissent. Access was a signatory of the Declaration of Internet Freedom. Maher states that she centers around worldwide advanced incorporation as an approach to improve and secure the privileges of individuals to data through innovation. Maher was boss correspondences official of the Wikimedia Foundation from April 2014 to March 2016. She was met by The Washington Post on United States intellectual property law. In 2019, Maher became CEO of Wikimedia. In February 2021, she reported her expectation to resign from her jobs as CEO and leader overseer of the Wikimedia Foundation on April 15, 2021.

Kunal Bahl
Kunal Bahl

Kunal Bahl was born into the world in India and had finished his underlying school instruction at Delhi Public School R. K. Puram (DPS) New Delhi. He is an Indian business visionary, financial backer, fellow benefactor and CEO of the Indian web based business organization Snapdeal. He applied to the University of Pennsylvania and got confirmation. He moved on from the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania, acquiring two four year college educations in Entrepreneurship, Operation and Information Management from The Wharton School and Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science. He completed a leader showcasing program from Kellogg School of Management.[3] He worked with Microsoft for a brief period, as he returned to India because of a visa issue in 2007. Bahl is hitched to Yashna, who maintained a dessert shop business.

Bahl helped to establish Snapdeal, a main web based business organization in India, alongside his school companion Rohit Bansal on 4 February 2010. Bahl has been a functioning beginning phase financial backer in innovation organizations again in association with his Snapdeal prime supporter, Rohit Bansal. Through their beginning phase speculation firm, Titan Capital, they have put resources into more than 150 new businesses in India, US and South East Asia including unicorns like Ola, Razorpay, Urban Company, among others. Bahl has additionally been engaged with different industry affiliations and research organizations in influential positions.

  Member of Board of Governors: Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations.
 Member of Executive Council: NASSCOM.
 Chairman of CII National Committee on E-commerce.
 Independent Director, Piramal Enterprises Limited.
 Member, National Startup Advisory Council.

He was won numerous awards and recognitions:

BMA Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.
ET Top 50 Entrepreneur of India 2014.
Ranked 25 on Fortune 40 under 40 most influential business leaders list 2014.
EY Entrepreneur of the Year – Startup 2014.
Nasscom NextGen Entrepreneur 2014.
The Economic Times Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2015.
AIMA Transformational Business Leader of the Year.
Indian Affairs Business Leader of the Year 2015.
The Joseph Wharton Award for Young Leadership 2018.
The Economic Times Comeback Award 2019.

 

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