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Amit Dhawan (Photo courtesy of Citi Singapore).

Citi names Amit Dhawan as head of CCB Singapore

Dhawan has been head of emerging corporates for Asia since 2017.

Citi has announced Amit Dhawan as head of Citi Commercial Bank (CCB) for Singapore, effective 22 April.

Dhawan is in charge of all CCB business and operations in the Lion City. He will continue in his role as head of emerging corporates (EC) for Asia.

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He reports to Gunjan Kalra, head of CCB for Asia North, Australia & Asia SOuth clusters; Tibor Pandi, Citi Country Officer and head of banking for Citi Singapore; and Gaurang Hattangdi, head of coverage, CCB.

Dhawan brings over 30 years of experience. He first joined Citi as a management associate and has held several senior positions in corporate banking and risk management in Asia and Africa. He has been head of EC for Asia since 2017. Prior to this, he was the APAC head of commercial lending management from 2012 to 2017.

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