Citigroup appoints Pramit Jhaveri as India head

Mr Jhaveri will report to Shirish Apte, CEO, Citi Asia Pacific

Citigroup today said it has appointed Pramit Jhaveri as Citi Country Officer (CCO) for its businesses and franchise in India, reports PTI.

Mr Jhaveri succeeds Mark Robinson, who has decided to pursue an opportunity outside Citi. Based in Mumbai, Mr Jhaveri will report to Shirish Apte, CEO, Citi Asia Pacific, a company release said.

Mr Jhaveri will oversee all of Citi's businesses in India including the institutional clients group, consumer banking and global cards and wealth management businesses, the release said.

Prior to joining Citigroup, Mr Jhaveri was head of Global Banking India and vice-chairman, Asia Investment Banking, where he led Citi India's investment banking franchise and the South Asia capital markets business.

"Pramit (Jhaveri) is ideally placed to drive our efforts to continue to invest and grow in India, which remains a priority market for Citi globally," Citi's chief executive officer (Asia Pacific), Shirish Apte, said.

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