Citi’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) business has appointed Richard Street as head of securities and fund services (SFS), Middle East, and Jason James as product head of issuer services in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) – both based in Dubai.
Previously, Street was responsible for Citi’s securities and fund services strategy and business development in MENA. He now assumes expanded management responsibility, reporting to Murali Subramanian, head of GTS, MENA, and Andrew Gelb, head of securities and funds services for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
James will be responsible for all aspects of the issuer services business in MENA, and will report to Andrew Mulley, head of issuer services for EMEA, and Street. Previously, James spent 12 years with issuer services at Citi in London, most recently as strategic development manager for EMEA.
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