Citigroup’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) business has appointed Jay Hershman as the GTS Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) client sales management prepaid sales head. Based in London, he will report into Michael Guralnick, global head of client sales management for treasury and trade solutions, Citi.
In this newly created role, Hershman will lead the GTS EMEA prepaid sales team to drive sales origination, cross-sell and customer revenue growth with a focus on providing the strategic direction and successfully transfer best practices to the EMEA region from other regions. Hershman has been with Citi for six years, most recently as team lead for North American reseller solutions.
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