Citi’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) business has expanded its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) issuer services business in Africa with two appointments: Ashey Aziz joins as head of business development for issuer services for Africa and Oladunni Olajide joins as a transaction manager based in Nigeria.
Based in Johannesburg, Aziz will be responsible for growing the business in key African markets including South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya. He joins from BNY Mellon and has previously worked at JP Morgan and HSBC.
Olajide is responsible for servicing key client transactions and supporting business development. She joins Citi having previously worked at HSBC and Standard Bank.
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