Citi Vietnam appoints new country officer

Ramachandran A.S. will oversee Citi’s operations and serve as main regulatory representative.

Citi Vietnam has appointed Ramachandran A.S. as Citi Country Officer.

Ramachandran A.S., or RamC, will oversee Citi’s operations in the country and will serve as the main regulatory representative of the bank in Vietnam, the company said.
A twenty-seven year Citi veteran, RamC was previously Global Emerging Markets Coverage Head for Citi's Global Subsidiaries Group (GSG) in London, according to Citi. In this role, he was responsible for building Citi's business with the subsidiaries of multinational clients from rapidly globalizing countries around the world. 

RamC relocated to Ho Chi Minh City in September 2021 and received official approval from the State Bank of Vietnam on his new role as CCO in Vietnam in December 2021.

He was previously based in Singapore, leading regional relationship coverage of Citi's multinational clients across APAC. 

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