Citi’s securities and fund services, part of the global transaction services division, has appointed Atul Dubey as chief operating officer (COO). He has served most recently as the COO of the investor services business within securities and fund services. In this new role, he will also oversee the electronic markets business.
Dubey joined Citi in 2005, running the strategy unit for the institutional clients group. Prior to that he spent 10 years at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, providing strategic advice to leading global financial institutions in the wholesale banking, capital markets and securities processing space. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bombay and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon.
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