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HSBC's Kataria moves to Mumbai

The bank relocates Tarun Kataria from Hong Kong to Mumbai to head corporate, investment banking and markets for India.
HSBC announced on March 26 it will transfer Tarun Kataria from Hong Kong to India to head corporate, investment banking and markets for the bank in the country.

Kataria is currently responsible for foreign exchange, derivatives and fixed-income sales across the Asia-Pacific region, based in Hong Kong.

Kataria will report regionally to Naina Lal Kidwai, chief executive, India. Reflecting the importance to the bank of investment banking, Kidwai herself joined HSBC as vice chairman of its investment banking division in 2002 and rose to country head and CEO in 2006.

Functionally, Kataria will report to Rhydian Cox, head of corporate, investment banking and markets. Cox says ôTarun will be responsible for delivering MA advisory...
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