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Citi HK’s Treasury and Trade Solutions appoints two senior roles

Both reports to Vishal Kapoor, head of Citi’s TTS in Hong Kong.

Citi Hong Kong has made two new senior appointments in its Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) business.

Wu Bin has been appointed as head of Trade for Hong Kong and mainland China, effective immediately. He previously served as head of Trade for TTS China and has been with Citi for 18 years.

Saurabh Mundhra was appointed as head of Core Cash Management for Hong Kong. Mundhra was most recently the regional head of payments for Citi’s Asia consumer business. He will be responsible for further growing the Hong Kong Core Cash business, which covers payments, receivables, and Citi Commercial Cards as well as managing the TTS digital platforms.  

Both Wu Bin and Mundhra report to Vishal Kapoor, Hong Kong head of Treasury and Trade Solutions.  

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