NatWest Group India has appointed Anil Puttegowda as the new Head of Strategy and Transformation for International Hubs. He will be based out of NatWest Group India’s Bengaluru office.
Anil brings with him more than three decades of experience in growing technology organizations with a proven track record of transforming global capability centres by driving innovation at scale. Having previously served in senior leadership positions at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., ANZ, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, he has gained a deep understanding of building in-house capabilities and implementing end-to-end solutions. His experience lies in areas of asset and wealth management, global markets, trading, middle and back-office process re-engineering, sustainable investing, and portfolio management.
As the Head of Strategy and Transformation, Anil will lead the design and delivery of the strategy for the International Hubs with specific focus and oversight to the Technology and Data & Analytics teams to drive the Digitization and Transformation agenda. He will be a part of the India Leadership Team and will report to the Head of International Hubs.
Punit Sood, Head of International Hubs, NatWest Group, said, "Natwest Group India continues to use the latest in technology to evolve and proactively improve the customer journeys and experiences. We are delighted to welcome Anil to our team as the Head of Strategy and Transformation for International Hubs. His extensive experience and expertise in scaling innovation will play a pivotal role in advancing our digitization and transformation agenda. We look forward to achieving new milestones under Anil as we continue to innovate and excel in delivering exceptional service to our customers."
Anil remarked, “I am thrilled to be joining NatWest Group India and look forward to being part of an organization that is purpose led with a clear focus to help people, families, and businesses to thrive. I hope to contribute to the company’s continued growth and success.”
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