News: Citi Bank appoints new HR officer for India & South Asia

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Citi Bank appoints new HR officer for India & South Asia

The HR Head was previously based in Singapore as Regional HR Advisor to Global Consumer Bank across 17 markets in APAC and EMEA, will report to Citi India CEO Pramit Jhaveri and Asia Pacific Senior Chief Human Resources Officer Stephen Cronin
Citi Bank appoints new HR officer for India & South Asia

Citi today announced the appointment of Shweta Mehrotra as India and South Asia Country Human Resources Officer, effective September 1, 2018. Shweta will be responsible for leading the HR strategy and talent development for India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. 

Shweta, who was previously based in Singapore as Regional HR Advisor to Global Consumer Bank across 17 markets in APAC and EMEA, will report to Citi India CEO Pramit Jhaveri and Asia Pacific Senior Chief Human Resources Officer Stephen Cronin. 

Shweta has been with Citi for 13 years and has held a series of progressively responsible roles, including Talent & Diversity Head, APAC and Talent & Learning Lead for Institutional Clients Group (ICG) and Global Functions in Asia. She has also held leadership positions covering Operations & Technology and ICG in India. She is a post graduate in Human Resources from Xavier School of Management (XLRI) and is an Economics graduate from Delhi University.

Citi India employs approximately 16,000 people and serves close to 2.5 million customers ranging from India's top corporate houses, multinationals operating in India, SME's, self-employed entrepreneurs, households and individuals. In addition, Citi India's network of five Citi Service Centers serves a wide spectrum of global businesses and functions in areas such as technology, analytics, risk management, operations, decision management, financial control, etc.

 

 

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