Punit Sood appointed as the Head of RBS India


RBS India, the technology and operations hub of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), has appointed Punit Sood as the Head of RBS India. In this role, Punit will be building the organisation’s strategic capabilities, supporting the bank to achieve its goals.


Punit was earlier appointed as the Head of Technology India, where he shaped the India Technology business to function as a centre of excellence for RBS.

Simon McNamara, Chief Administrative Officer, RBS, said “I’m really pleased to have Punit return to RBS to lead our India Operations.  Punit understands the vital contribution that India makes to the Bank and, as we enter a new phase of innovation and transformation, Punit is very well positioned to transform our capabilities in the region for a greater strategic impact.”

Punit Sood, Head of RBS India, said, “It is encouraging to see the progress RBS India has made over the years. It has evolved to become more integral to the Bank and has firmly established itself as an employer of choice in the region. I am extremely pleased

to take up the mantle and look forward to working with our exceptional talent pool to build greater value for our customers, colleagues, and communities.”

He holds over three decades of rich experience in Fortune 100 companies, and widely recognised for leadership skills in transformation and enterprise domain in the global financial services industry. Prior to joining RBS, Punit was the CIO of JPMorgan. He had been a part of Citibank, Mphasis, and GE Capital Services.


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