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Citibank's India consumer banking chief Shinjini Kumar steps down

Kumar, 53, had joined the bank in 2017 from Paytm Payments Bank, where she was the chief executive

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Kumar worked in consultancy firm PwC before joining Paytm, and had a long stint with the Reserve Bank of India before that

Press Trust of India
Citibanks's head of consumer banking in the country, Shinjini Kumar, has stepped down after three years at the helm, the American lender said on Wednesday.

Kumar, 53, had joined the bank in 2017 from Paytm Payments Bank, where she was the chief executive.

"We confirm Kumar will be retiring from Citi at the end of September 2020. We wish her all the very best in the next stage of her career," a spokesperson for the lender said.

Kumar worked in consultancy firm PwC before joining Paytm, and had a long stint with the Reserve Bank of India before that.
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First Published: Sep 23 2020 | 11:09 PM IST

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