Citigroup has appointed Patrick Curtin as North American head of investor client sales management. In this position, Curtin will be responsible for sales across the entire investor services suite in North America to traditional and alternative investors and investment managers.
Curtin will report to Richard Ernesti, global head of investor client sales management, and Julie Monaco, North America region head of global transaction services (GTS).
Curtin has 25 years of executive leadership in the securities business and capital markets. Most recently, he was head of strategic planning for SWIFT within the global banking and securities market infrastructure division. His role at SWIFT was to define the domain where technology, telecommunications and investment operations intersect. Prior to his assignment at SWIFT, Curtin spent nearly 13 years as a senior executive and member of the management committee at The Bank of New York Mellon.
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