Citi appoints new Philippines head as Sanjiv Vohra quits

Batara Sianturi is transferring from Hungary to head the bank’s Philippines business.
Batara Sianturi
Batara Sianturi

Citi has appointed Batara Sianturi as country officer for the Philippines, replacing Sanjiv Vohra, who is leaving the bank after almost eight years running things in Manila and 26 years with Citi.

Vohra is returning to his native India, though not, as he might have once hoped, to run Citi’s operation there. That job remains with Pramit Jhaveri, another long-time Citi banker.

Before taking over in the Philippines in 2005, Vohra had risen through the ranks of Citi’s India business after joining in 1986. He became head of the corporate bank in India in 2002.

Sianturi is currently country officer for Hungary, as well...

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