News: RBS India appoints Maneesh Menda as the new Head HR

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RBS India appoints Maneesh Menda as the new Head HR

An HR veteran and a Chartered Accountant, Maneesh was earlier working with Standard Chartered Bank and held several roles with the company..
RBS India appoints Maneesh Menda as the new Head HR

RBS India, the innovation and operations hub of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), today announced the elevation of Maneesh Menda as Head of HR, RBS India. In this role, Maneesh will build the organization’s talent strategy and capabilities, supporting the Bank to achieve its goals. 

Commenting on the appointment Punit Sood, Head of RBS India said, “The business environment around us has substantially changed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The role of HR will be redefined in the way it addresses the human capital within the organization and leverages it to the fullest to build value, especially during these dynamic circumstances. Maneesh is very well positioned to transform our talent capabilities for greater impact and I wish him the best in this role.”

Maneesh Menda, on his appointment, shares, “RBS is at an exciting phase in its journey, with a new Purpose, and very soon a new employer brand. It has firmly established itself as an employer of choice in India and is swiftly moving forward into the next phase with people at its core. My focus will be to optimize RBS India’s human capital and build an even greater place to work.”

Maneesh, an HR veteran, and a Chartered Accountant, has over two decades of rich experience where he has held several global and regional roles. Prior to joining RBS in 2015, he worked with Standard Chartered Bank and held several roles with them. He has also worked with companies like Bharti Cellular among others. 

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