Rahul Shukla to head Citi Corporate Banking in India
June, 16th 2010
Shukla joined Citi in 1991 as a management associate and over the last 19 years has gained significant experience in global banking.
Global financial services company, Citi, on Tuesday said it has appointed Rahul Shukla as head of corporate banking in India.
Shukla will report to Ravi Kapoor, head of global banking India, a press release issued said.
Shukla has extensive experience working with clients in Asia. Until recently, Shukla was head of Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) for the Asia-Pacific region.
During his tenure, Shukla was responsible for meeting the global banking needs of TMT clients in the Asia-Pacific region, including originating and executing several marquee M&A and capital market deals, the release said.
Shukla joined Citi in 1991 as a management associate and over the last 19 years has gained significant experience in global banking by working in South East Asia Investment Banking in Singapore and the TMT group in Hong Kong.
Rahuls appointment underlines our commitment to drive this business forward which we believe is one of the key growth segments in India, Kapoor, said.