Mumbai (RBI),Oct, 05: At the recently held AGM of Bombay Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), Sunil Lobo was officially sworn in as the 42nd President of the Bombay YMCA for the year 2023-24. He took over from his predecessor, Adv. Rui Rodrigues on the 23rd of September, 2023. Mr. Sunil Lobo joined the YMCA Board in 2009 and had served as the Hon. General Treasurer for many terms and as the Finance & Executive Chairman in the year 2022-23.
He is son of Cecilia Lobo Belthangady and late Hubert Lobo Derebail, Grandson of late A.L Sequeira Belthangady. Present working as Head Corporate Banking (India) ofDoha Bank. Sunil Lobo has been a banker for over 2.5 decades with experiences in Corporate & Investment banking, Wealth Management and Banking Operations. He heads the Corporate Banking business in India for Doha Bank. Sunil Lobo is also involved in various social causes and is the President of Kanara Catholic Association a Charitable Institution and Trustee for a school in south Mumbai & for a residential school in Panchgani. He was also the Trustee of Willingdon Catholic Gymkhana and currently is part of the Managing Committee team with The Catholic Gymkhana Ltd at Marine Drive, Mumbai. He is also part of the Finance Committee team of The Bandra Gymkhana, Mumbai. On his family front, Sunil’s wife is a Clinical Psychologist and also teaches at St Andrew’s College in Bandra. They have one daughter who is currently studying.
The Bombay YMCA welcomes Mr. Sunil Lobo and we are confident that he will continue to build on the good work of his predecessor to ensure a bright future and blessed growth under his leadership. The young and dynamic Sunil Lobo taking over as President of Bombay YMCA will add a lot of lustre to the organisation with his vast experience and service in non profit organisational management.
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