David Rasquinha (58) is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Export-Import Bank of India. David joined the Exim Bank in 1984-85, and since then has had a wide ranging exposure to the broad field of export credit, having worked in the areas of Treasury, Multilateral Agency Funded Projects, Planning & Research, Risk Management, Trade Finance, Project Finance and Project Exports. He has served as a member on several Working Groups set up by Reserve Bank of India for working capital finance to software units, facilitation measures for exporters, etc. During 1999 - 2004, he served as Resident Representative at the Bank’s Washington DC Representative Office. In 2014, David was appointed on the Board of the Exim Bank as the Deputy Managing Director, and moved up as the Managing Director in 2017.
David secured a first class graduate degree in Economics from Bombay University and followed it up with a post graduate qualification in Business Management from the XLRI, Jamshedpur where he was awarded the Gold Medal in Economics. He has benefited from a number of specialised training programmes both in India and abroad. David has lectured on various aspects of export financing at the National Institute of Bank Management, the Reserve Bank of India's Bankers Training College, the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute for Development Banking, as well as various bank training colleges, academic institutions and industry bodies in India and the U.S.A. He is a Member of the National Jury for the CII - Exim Award for Business Excellence, a Total Quality Management Award based on the TQM model of the European Foundation for Quality Management. David has also been a Director on the Boards of 4 Indian companies. His insights on export credit and the Indian economy are often sought in panel discussions and seminars.
An excellent communicator, David has had small humorous pieces published in Indian newspapers and is active on social media. David is married to Sujata, a Chartered Accountant specialising in recovery of distressed assets. The couple has one daughter, Ishwari, currently studying User Experience Design.