Citibank has announced the appointment of Steve Dwyre as European Head of e-Business Sales with effect from April 2, 2001. Dwyre will be responsible for e-Business Sales and Account Management in Europe, covering cash management, trade and e-Solutions. With an international background, he has 16 years of experience with the bank where he has worked in the US, the EU, Eastern Europe and Africa. As a Managing Director in the Global Corporate and Investment Bank, he brings with him a wide variety of international banking experience and a strong background in management, marketing and sales.
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