Citi’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) business has appointed Glenn Curtis as manager of market intelligence for depositary receipts services (DRS). Based in New York, Curtis will report to Scott Pollak, managing director, head of capital markets solutions for DRS.
In his new role, Curtis will be responsible for delivering research-driven capital markets insights that will give Issuer clients a deeper understanding of market trends to support their strategic investor relations goals.
Curtis brings over 15 years of market research experience. Prior to joining Citi, he spent nearly four years at Thomson Reuters, where he served as director of strategic research and was responsible for developing C-level white papers on issues such as communicating with hedge funds, and directors’ liability. At Thomson Reuters, Curtis also worked in market intelligence. In the past, he has also been a regular contributor to various print and web publications, including Real Money/TheStreet.com, and Investopedia.com/Forbes. He started his career as an equity analyst covering the entertainment and gaming sectors.
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