Citi Asia Pacific Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) has appointed new leadership for data and innovation, effective immediately.
Sanjeev Jan has been appointed Asia Pacific Head of Payments and Receivables, in addition to his current role as Asia Pacific Head of Digital Channels and Data. He is currently serving as Regional Product Head for TTS Commercial Banking and Regional Head of Implementations and is in the process of transitioning out of these roles.
As Head of Payments and Receivables, Sanjeev will also be responsible for the upcoming launch of Spring by Citi – TTS’ digital consumer payments business for corporates – in the region.
In his role as Asia Pacific Head of Digital Channels and Data, Sanjeev has oversight of product development and management of Citi’s digital services that include traditional online banking and connectivity solutions, as well as APIs, big data and artificial intelligence (AI).
Meanwhile, current Cluster Head for TTS Australia Scott Southall has been given oversight over Innovation for Asia Pacific as well as TTS’ commercial cards business in the region.
Under Scott’s leadership, the Citi Innovation Lab in Singapore recently concluded a Mega Fintech Accelerator initiative, which saw the lab engage with the broader fintech ecosystem to explore and accelerate the delivery of meaningful client solutions.
As Cluster Head for TTS Australia and New Zealand, Scott is responsible for managing the business end-to-end across both markets. He joined Citi in this role in April 2011, having moved from Westpac Banking Corp. where he was head of global transactional banking and later became general manager for deposits, cards, and merchant acquiring.
Both Sanjeev and Scott will continue to report to Rajesh Mehta, Asia Pacific Head of Treasury and Trade Solutions, in their new roles.
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