Citigroup has selected banking veteran Hany Naguib as the Canada sales head for its Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) business. In this newly created role, Naguib will lead sales efforts across the country, coordinating with counterparts in Citi’s other business lines. The TTS organization of Citi employs talents in Toronto, Montréal, and Calgary.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mr. Naguib to Citi,” said John Landry, head of TTS for Citi in Canada. “His depth of expertise and experience will ensure we continue to act as a leader in offering a unique range of treasury and trade solutions to our private and public sector clients in Canada and our many global clients looking to do business here.”
Naguib brings to the table more than thirty years' experience in international banking, treasury management and foreign exchange. His most recent professional stint was with Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Canadian business, holding various senior roles including leadership of its transaction services business, coverage and sales functions. He holds a degree in economics from American University in Cairo, and one in management from McGill University.
Citi TTS offers clients a suite of innovative and tailored cash management and trade finance services to multinational corporations, financial institutions and public sector organizations worldwide. Founded on the industry’s largest proprietary network – which has banking licenses in over 100 countries and globally integrated technology platforms – TTS leads the space with the most comprehensive range of digitally enabled treasury, trade and liquidity management solutions.
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