Sreeram Iyer | Chief Operating Officer - Institutional Banking
A.N.Z. Banking Group | Singapore

Sreeram Iyer, Chief Operating Officer - Institutional Banking, A.N.Z. Banking Group

Mr. Sreeram Iyer serves as the Chief Operating Officer of International & Institutional Business at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). Mr. Iyer is responsible for supporting ANZ’s business strategies across several countries; generating value for customers through Technology and by driving Operations in all the regions of its business. His focus is in Institutional Banking regionally and in the Asian Retail Banking businesses. He has more than 25 years of experience, including 18 years, in diverse functions across different disciplines and geographies. He served as the Chief Operating Officer of Asia Pacific, Europe and America (Apea) at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited since January 2012. He served as Chief Operating Officer of India Operations at Standard Chartered Bank India since March 16, 2009. Mr. Iyer had responsibility for Operations, Technology, Legal and Compliance, Property, Sourcing, Transformation and Major Programs. He served as Chief Information Officer of Standard Chartered Bank in India. Prior to Standard Chartered, he was employed in Financial Services Industry in Mumbai and had experience in the Manufacturing industry and also did a stint in Management Consulting. He has handled a wide spectrum of Banking Services in various senior roles. Mr. Iyer served as the Chief Executive Officer and Group Head of Global Shared Services Centres of Scope International Pvt. Ltd. He served as the Global Programme Director for the integration of the erstwhile American Express Bank's consumer banking business with Standard Chartered. He was a key Member of the Leadership Team of Standard Chartered Bank in India. He served as the Chairman of Standard Chartered Investments & Loans (India) Ltd. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst, Company Secretary and a qualified Cost and Management Accountant. Mr. Iyer has an MBA from the UK.

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