Citigroup has appointed Sanjiv Sawhney as global head of fund services for Citi’s securities and fund services business. In this new position, Sawhney will provide leadership for Citi’s hedge fund, private equity and mutual fund administration businesses globally within Citi’s comprehensive suite of investor services solutions. Sawhney will report to Neeraj Sahai, global head of Citi’s securities and fund services.
Sawhney has more than 17 years of securities services experience, including 15 years at Citi, where he began his career. He is rejoining Citi from JPMorgan, where he headed fund services operations in Europe, and was managing director and board member of JPMorgan Bank Luxembourg. Earlier at Citi, he held key positions in Citi’s fund administration business, including the head of fund administration in Citi’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations.
Sawhney earned a dual degree – a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering and a Master’s degree in Economics – at the Birla Institute of Technology & Science.
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