More NewsCiti GTS Appoints Sanjeev Jain as Asia-Pacific Public Sector Regional Head

Citi GTS Appoints Sanjeev Jain as Asia-Pacific Public Sector Regional Head

Citi’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) has appointed Sanjeev Jain as regional head of public sector, Asia-Pacific.

In this newly created role, Sanj Jain eev will be responsible for structuring solutions, deepening relationships and developing strategic partnerships with GTS’ new and existing public sector clients. Jain will report to Anthony Nappi, managing director, regional head of GTS, Asia-Pacific, and Filippo Sabatini, managing director, global head of public sector, GTS.

Previously Jain was responsible for driving the sales strategy for GTS’ public sector client segment base. Since joining Citi in 1998, Jain has held positions within the GTS business, including regional corporate payments head and a variety of key sales roles in cash management and trade in India.

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