Campaign India Team
Sep 14, 2011

Barclays appoints Rajesh Iyer as director, customer propositions and marketing

Iyer joins from HSBC where he was the head of marketing for personal financial services

Barclays appoints Rajesh Iyer as director, customer propositions and marketing

Barclays has announced the appointment of Rajesh Iyer as director of customer propositions and Marketing (India).

Iyer has 22 years of experience in financial services across sales & distribution, propositions, marketing, branch banking and customer service

On his appointment, Suvrat Saigal, consumer banking director, Barclays Corporate (India) said, “I am delighted to have Rajesh as part of our team in India. Rajesh will drive and shape Barclays marketing and customer proposition in India. With his expertise and insights I am sure Rajesh will push the bar of customer experience higher.  I welcome him aboard into the Barclays family” .

Prior to joining Barclays, Iyer was at HSBC for 12 years where he was involved in setting up its Retail Assets business in Western India,  its Liabilities & Wealth Management, NRI Marketing functions and implementing sales transformation strategy for branch banking. His last mandate at HSBC was as the Head of Marketing for Personal Financial Services

Iyer has previously worked with Tata Finance Limited and 20th Century Finance Corporation Limited.

Commenting on his new role, Iyer said, “I am extremely excited about my role at Barclays in India. It should be a great experience to work with a dynamic team and I look forward to helping the Bank reach the next level of excellence.”

Source:
Campaign India

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