citi india: Citi appoints Rajeev Mantri as CFO, Citi India and cluster finance head, south Asia
In this role, Mantri will be based in Mumbai, and responsible for the finance function, overseeing business planning and strategy, balance sheet management, financial controls, reporting and tax matters and will focus on delivering the financial plan, while working closely with key stakeholders on franchise-level matters in India. In addition, he will also provide governance and oversight on the finance function of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
He will report to Ashu Khullar, CEO, Citi India and Tim Monger, Asia Pacific CFO, Citi. He takes on the role from Niraj Parekh, who will move to New York as the head of financial planning and analysis for the Institutional Clients Group.
Mantri has over 23 years of experience in the finance function across India, UAE and Singapore. Prior to this appointment, he was the CFO at TransUnion CIBIL. He has also worked at Standard Chartered Bank in several senior finance roles across wholesale banking, retail banking, financial controls, regulatory reporting, cost and balance sheet management.
Citi has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions.