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MasterCard Appoints Bindra President, Asia Pacific and MEA

MasterCard Worldwide has appointed Vicky Bindra as president of Asia/Pacific and Middle East Africa region. He replaces Andre Sekulic, who is retiring. Bindra joins MasterCard from GE Capital, where he was chief executive and president, India, since 2007. Prior to that, he held several senior-level assignments at Citibank in New York and Singapore in consumer banking, credit cards, small business, sales and marketing and private banking. In addition, he was a partner at Bain & Company, leading assignments in financial services and private equity. Bindra is a graduate of St. Xavier’s College in Calcutta with a degree in finance and accounting. In addition, he is a certified public accountant.

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