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Citi names Sanjay Nambiar as head of cards and unsecured lending for APAC, EMEA

Nambiar has worked across various roles in his 17-year career with Citi.

Citi has appointed Sanjay Nambiar as head of cards and unsecured lending for Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Nambiar will lead the cards and unsecured lending business for Citi Global Wealth and legacy franchises across APAC and EMEA.

Nambiar has been with Citi for 17 years, working across cards, loans, mortgages, and wealth management roles. Prior to joining Citi, he worked for Accenture and Capital One.

He graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, and the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. 

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