Citi has appointed John Landry as head of its Global Transaction Services (GTS) business in Canada. In this role, Landry will report to Julie Monaco, head of GTS North America, and John Hastings, managing director and head of Citi’s institutional clients group in Canada.
GTS offers integrated cash management, trade and securities and fund services to top-tier domestic and multinational corporations, financial institutions and public sector organisations around the world.
Landry comes to Canada after heading Citi’s treasury and trade solutions business in Australia and New Zealand since 2005. He joined Citi in 2001 and has also held management positions with Wachovia and GE Card Services.
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