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Previously, he has served as an executive with Citigroup (NYSE: C)/Citibank NA, where he led numerous divisions within their Commercial Banking Group, Global Consumer Group, US Commercial Treasury Products Group, and Global Transaction Services.
Most importantly," said John Karonis, president of Kurt Salmon's Global Consumer Group, "our presence in Shanghai enhances our ability to support clients based in China or those wanting to enter China.
Dell sells netbook computers in China and Ron Garriques, president of Dell Global Consumer Group, said entering the smartphone category is a "logical extension of Dell's consumer product evolution over the past two years.
The growth would be the highest in the global tobacco sector and among the highest in the global consumer group, and reflects share buybacks, cost savings and the improving US market.
Citigroup's Global Consumer Group recently announced a restructuring of its commercial real estate business with the completion of the acquisition of Golden State Bancorp, parent of Cal Fed Bank.
Her previous experience at Citi included serving as Chief Marketing Officer, leading Citi's community relations operations, overseeing corporate communications during the financial crisis, and serving as Senior Managing Director, Business Operations and Planning for Citi's Global Consumer Group.
Anand Selva, country business manager for Global Consumer Group at Citi India, said, 'We are delighted to launch a market first value proposition for emerging affluent consumers in India.
Jessica joins Carpenter from Citigroup where she held the position of Vice President, Global Consumer Group Growth Ventures and Innovation.