Deutsche Bank has appointed Anjali Mohanty as head of global transaction banking (GTB), India. Mohanty will be based in Mumbai and will report locally to Gunit Chadha, chief executive officer (CEO), Deutsche Bank, India, and regionally to Lisa Robins, head, GTB, Asia-Pacific. In addition, she will report to Kaushik Shaparia, head, trade finance and cash management, Asia-Pacific in her business role.
Mohanty worked with Citi Bank for over 20 years in various roles across retail and commercial banking. She holds an MBA from Pune University and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore.
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