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Bea Teh-Tan appointed Citibank Philippines consumer business manager
Mar 18, 2013

March 13th 2013 - Citi recently announced the appointment of Bea Teh-Tan as Consumer Business Manager for the Philippines with immediate effect.

Prior to this appointment, Tan was Credit Payment Products Head managing the consumer finance portfolio, including credit cards and personal loans for the country. She joined Citi in 1998 and has held a variety of roles including Strategic Planning Head as well as Head for Cards Marketing, Sales and Distribution.

Tan replaced Sergio Zanatti who has been appointed Consumer Business Manager for Citi Malaysia. She will report to Anil Wadhwani, Citi Asia Pacific Head for Cards and Personal Loans and ASEAN Head for Consumer Bank, and to Sanjiv Vohra, Citi’s country officer for the Philippines.

A homegrown talent, Tan has been instrumental in driving the growth of Citi’s consumer banking business by retaining its top market position in credit cards. Under her leadership, Citi has launched a number of award-winning products and forged key partnerships with other industry leaders. As a result, Citi has an enviable portfolio of credit card products as well as personal loans today.

Tan was earlier recognized as one of the most promising young talent in the financial services industry by The Asian Banker. She was awarded in 2008 as one of the best bankers under the age of 40 in Asia Pacific.

Tan graduated from De La Salle University with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, majoring in Economics and Business Management. She joined Unilever as a Management Trainee in 1993 holding a variety of Product Manager roles before building a career in Citi.


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Categories: Retail Banking
Keywords: Bea Teh-Tan, Citibank Philippines

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