Campaign India Team
Jul 22, 2019

RBI's Alpana Killawalla roped in to advise Singapore-based communications agency

The former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) spokesperson’s move follows her retirement after a 26-year career with India’s Central bank.

RBI's Alpana Killawalla roped in to advise Singapore-based communications agency
Redhill, the Singapore headquartered communications agency has announced the appointment of  Alpana Killawala with the agency as a senior advisor. The former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) spokesperson retired from India’s central bank after a marathon 26-year stint. The agency has four offices in India -- Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Ernakulam.
 
Based out of Mumbai, Alpana Killawala will be advising Redhill clients on financial communication strategy.
 
“Financial communications, especially in the era of fintech, is a key focus area for us. Alpana’s experience and knowledge of financial communication will be a vital component for us to navigate this space, not just in India but across the markets we operate in,” said Jacob Puthenparambil, partner, Redhill.
 
“Redhill is a young and dynamic agency. I will try to help them in their growing portfolio of finance and government clients, with my experience in both. It’s an opportunity to really shape conversations in finance, banking and fintech across Asia,” said Killawala.
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