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Bhanu Vohra (Photo courtesy of Citi India)

Citi appoints Bhanu Vohra as India head of commercial banking

He reports to Tushar Vikram and Rajat Madhok.

Citi has named Bhanu Vohra as head of commercial banking, India.

In his new role, Vohra will be responsible for the Citi Commercial Bank (CCB) business in the country. He will be based in Mumbai and reports to Citi India CEO Ashu Khullar; and to the head of Citi Commercial Bank APAC, Rajat Madhok.

Tushar Vikram, who used to be head of Citi India’s commercial banking, will become the global head of healthcare for CCB.

Vohra first joined Citi in 2000 and has since held various senior roles in the bank’s Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) businesses. Notably, he served as country head of the global subsidiaries group in Citi’s banking capital markets and advisory (BCMA) business.

CCB in India reportedly banks 45% of the country’s unicorns and is focused on developing deep industry expertise to  support clients across healthcare, chemicals, consumer, technology, industrials and digital and multinationals, according to Citi.

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