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Srikanth Srinivasamadhavan bids adieu to HSBC India

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Srikanth Srinivasamadhavan bids adieu to HSBC India

Just after 11 months of joining HSBC India as the Head of its Marketing department, Srikanth Srinivasamadhavan, has resigned from the company. Sources at HSBC India confirmed the development to exchange4media.

However, Srinivasamadhavan refused to comment on the development. “I cannot comment anything right now. I will not be able to confirm or deny this,” he said.

Sources at HSBC India, however, too didn't share, where Srinivasamadhavan is joining next.

Prior to joining HSBC, Srinivasamadhavan has worked with Hindustan Unilever, where he has spent about 15 years, across several marketing and leadership roles. In his last role at Hindustan Unilever, he was Head of Media Services, South Asia, where he was responsible for the FMCG major's media planning, strategy, budgeting and deployment across product categories.

He has also held other various positions in the company from time to time, including, Category Head, Skin Cleansing; Insight Director (South Asia/ South East Asia); and Head, Marketing, Kimberly Clark Lever, the joint venture between Unilever and Kimberly Clark.


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