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Citi Commercial Bank Indonesia appoints Edwin Pribadi as its head

Pribadi returns to Citi after spending a decade with OCBC Indonesia.

Citi Indonesia has named Edwin Pribadi as head of Citi Commercial Bank for the country.

Pribadi is now in charge of Citi’s CCB business and operations in Indonesia.

He brings over 20 years of experience in banking across different roles.

Pribadi returns to Citi after a stint in OCBC Indonesia, where he served as business banking credit program & portfolio management head, and later as its enterprise banking business head.

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In 2003, he was Citi’s regional management associate, then was assigned to the bank’s Shanghai branch in 2006 as a member of Citi’s APAC operations & technology leadership development program.

Citi Indonesia CEO Batari Sainturi expressed the bank’s delight in welcoming back Pribadi.

“Leveraging Edwin’s experience, we are confident he will empower CCB clients in Indonesia to pursue their growth ambitions on a global scale– and thereby aligns with Citi’s mission to support the Indonesian business landscape,” Sainturi said.

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