Sanjeev Chatrath is the Region Head and Managing Director for Thomson Reuters’ Financial & Risk (F&R) business covering Asia Pacific and Japan. He is responsible for client business in the region encompassing end to end client experience, account management, market development, Go to Market regional strategy, sales, operations, and technical functions. Sanjeev is a member of the Global Operating Committee for Thomson Reuters, and Global Executive Leadership Team for F&R. He is also the chairperson for the Asia Operating Committee for F&R.
The Financial & Risk business is recognized as a pioneer and market leader for delivering trusted and unbiased Intelligent Information and solutions to the Global Financial Community.
Sanjeev has worked in Asian financial markets for over 20 years in leadership roles encompassing sales, client management and business management, spanning Asia Pacific, South Asia and Middle East.
Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Sanjeev worked with Citigroup where he was Chief Operating Officer and Region Head of Client Sales Management for the Treasury and Trade solutions business. He successfully led the Asia client business to become the highest performing region for Citi. Sanjeev was also a member of the Global Investment Council, and Global Balance Sheet Optimization Committee for the business.
Before joining Citi, Sanjeev held senior management positions with ABN Amro Bank, and Standard Chartered Bank based in Singapore, UAE and India. At Standard Chartered Bank, Sanjeev pioneered the first ever internet based payments platform for the Bank’s Institutional clients in 2001 and led the Bank’s integration of Grindlays for the Corporate & Investment Bank in Middle East.
Sanjeev is a Board Member of ASIFMA (Asia Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association), and a member of 30% club supporting gender diversity in Hong Kong boards. He is the chairperson of the Regional Diversity and Inclusion Council at Thomson Reuters. Sanjeev is also an alumnus of Citi’s Global Business Leadership Program, and Asia Pacific Leadership Program.