Rohit Verma

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Rohit Verma
Occupation Head of Asia Pacific
Employer LCH
Location Singapore

Rohit Verma is the head of Asia Pacific at LCH, effective July 26, 2021. He was appointed to that role in July 2021. In that role, he is responsible for LCH’s operations and growth in the Asia Pacific Region, including the clearing house’s operations in Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo. He will also be responsible for sales in the region and will sit on LCH’s sales leadership team. His appointment followed Kate Birchall’s move to London to assume the role of head of sales, LCH.[1]

Based in Singapore, he will report to Isabelle Girolami, the CEO of LCH Ltd.

Verma has 20 years’ experience in derivatives markets.

Background[edit]

Verma was previously the head of over the counter (OTC) clearing and prime brokerage for Asia Pacific at Citi, where he worked for nearly 10 years. He originally joined the investment bank in 2012 as a director for futures and OTC clearing in business risk.[2]

Before joining Citi, he held various risk management roles at Deutsche Bank, Landesbank-Baden Württemberg and Credit Suisse. He began his career at Siemens in India.

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