People news in brief, September 7, 2017

K Balasubramanian is returning to Citi as the new head of corporate banking for India, succeeding Rahul Shukla who will turn his focus to senior client coverage.

  • By Addison Gong, Rashmi Kumar
  • 07 Sep 2017

Bala had worked at the US bank for 20 years and was head of India local corporate bank, before he moved to HDFC Bank last year as head of corporate banking.

But he is now rejoining Citi, where he will focus on the south Asia subcontinent, and ...

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