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Citi appoints new Hong Kong insurance head

She was formerly the Chief Partnership Distribution Officer at Prudential.

Citi has appointed Mendy Chung as Head of Insurance for Hong Kong, effectively immediately. 

She rejoins the company from Prudential Hong Kong Limited, where she was Chief Partnership Distribution Officer to oversee the bancassurance partnership.

As Hong Kong Head of Insurance, Chung has overall responsibility for the growth and management of Citibank’s insurance business in Hong Kong, including business development, sales and distribution, channel management and product assurance.

Chung has 20 years of management experience in financial services. She started her career with American Express as a Management Trainee and subsequently held various senior marketing and management positions at leading corporations and financial institutions.

She will report to Sujoy Ghosh, Head of Insurance for Asia Pacific and EMEA, and Josephine Lee, Head of Retail Bank for Hong Kong.

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