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Citi appoints Singapore country officer

Tibor Pandi will overseas Singapore operations starting in February.

Citi has announced that Tibor Pandi has been appointed Singapore country officer.

“We are pleased to appoint [Pandi] to lead our Singapore business, which is a strategic priority for Citi,” said Amol Gupte, head of south Asia and Asean.

“With his experience and leadership, as well as deep knowledge of the region, clients and business, Tibor is well equipped to build on what we have achieved over 120 years in Singapore and help our clients capture the emerging growth opportunities.”

Pandi will be responsible for executing the bank’s strategy within the country, managing client relationships at all levels of the organisation and acting as the main regulatory representative for Citi in Singapore.

Pandi will report to Gupte in his new role.

He joined the US banking group 22 years ago and has been the chief country officer for Thailand since 2017. Pandi previously held various roles in different countries in Europe, such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.

Citi did not respond to an enquiry from FSA on whether Pandi will remain chief country officer for Thailand.

Citi has around 8,500 staff in Singapore.

Part of the Bonhill Group.