Citi adds to Singapore team

SingaporeAsset servicer Citi has named Tibor Pandi as country officer for Singapore. As of February 1, he will oversee all of Citi’s business and operations in the country. He reports to Amol Gupte, head of South Asia and Asean for Citi. Tibor was previously country officer for Thailand, a role he assumed in 2017. Having started his career with Citi in 2001, he was first employed as a senior relationship manager with Citibank Hungary and held various leadership roles within Citi’s eastern and central European offices. It is yet another Asian appointment for Citi, which has named country heads for Taiwan and Bangladesh, respectively, in recent weeks. © 2023 funds global asia

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