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Citibank Singapore names retail banking head

Matt Read’s appointment will take effect on 17 April.

Citibank Singapore has appointed Matt Read as the retail banking head effective on 17 April.

In a statement, Citi said Read will join the senior management group for Citibank Singapore and will report to CEO Brendan Carney and Shyam Sambamurthy, international head of Citigold and Citigold Private Client.

Read joined the company in 2017 as sales and distribution head for 17 markets in Asia Pacific and Europe, the Middle East and Africa, where he oversees the sales productivity in Citi Priority, Citigold and CPC segments.

READ MORE: Citibank launches Citi Plus in Singapore

He also managed the digitisation and transformation of the bank’s branch network.

Prior to working with Citi, Read served senior roles in sales and distribution, operations and compliance, and country leadership experience in blue chip firms such as ANZ and GE Capital.


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