Three new hires at Citi
July 17, 2017

Citi has today announced three strategic hires to its EMEA Custody and Fund Services Team: Sean Tuffy, EMEA Head of Market and Regulatory Intelligence; Martin Jacobs, EMEA Data Product Manager and Gareth Myburgh, ETF (exchange-traded funds) Product Manager. All will report to Pervaiz Panjwani, Citi's EMEA Head of Custody and Fund Services.

"Sean brings nearly 20 years of experience to the cross-border fund industry and joins us from Brown Brothers Harriman where he most recently served as the Head of Strategy for Europe and Asia," says Panjwani. "Sean also built out and oversaw BBH's regulatory intelligence discipline, including founding the well-respected "On The Regs" regulatory blog. Based in Dublin, Sean will be responsible for analyzing and articulating the impact of global market and regulatory developments on both our Custody and Fund Services business and clients.

"Martin joins us from State Street where he led the EMEA digitization strategy for client engagement. During his ten years at State Street, Martin held a variety of roles including technology relationship manager for prospective client sales and product owner for a number of GS applications. In this role Martin will support the implementation and advancement of our new Citi Velocity Clarity platform along with identifying other ways to strengthen our data management offering.

"Gareth brings over 15 years of experience in Fund Administration and Exchange Traded Funds services to this role. He joins from Brown Brothers Harriman where he served as Senior ETF Product Manager, responsible for the design and implementation of operating models to support new and existing ETF clients. Prior to BBH, Gareth spent nine years at State Street where he managed the ETF Servicing team and served as the dedicated Relationship manager for all Brokers/Dealers trading in ETF Products administered by State Street. Gareth will be charged with advancing Citi's ETF offering within our Custody and Funds platform and work in partnership with his global peers on this important build out of our platform.

These are all new roles, Citi is anxious to impress.





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Citi has today announced three strategic hires to its EMEA Custody and Fund Services Team: Sean Tuffy, EMEA Head of Market and Regulatory Intelligence; Martin Jacobs, EMEA Data Product Manager and Gareth Myburgh, ETF (exchange-traded funds) Product Manager. All will report to Pervaiz Panjwani, Citi's EMEA Head of Custody and Fund Services.

"Sean brings nearly 20 years of experience to the cross-border fund industry and joins us from Brown Brothers Harriman where he most recently served as the Head of Strategy for Europe and Asia," says Panjwani. "Sean also built out and oversaw BBH's regulatory intelligence discipline, including founding the well-respected "On The Regs" regulatory blog. Based in Dublin, Sean will be responsible for analyzing and articulating the impact of global market and regulatory developments on both our Custody and Fund Services business and clients.

"Martin joins us from State Street where he led the EMEA digitization strategy for client engagement. During his ten years at State Street, Martin held a variety of roles including technology relationship manager for prospective client sales and product owner for a number of GS applications. In this role Martin will support the implementation and advancement of our new Citi Velocity Clarity platform along with identifying other ways to strengthen our data management offering.

"Gareth brings over 15 years of experience in Fund Administration and Exchange Traded Funds services to this role. He joins from Brown Brothers Harriman where he served as Senior ETF Product Manager, responsible for the design and implementation of operating models to support new and existing ETF clients. Prior to BBH, Gareth spent nine years at State Street where he managed the ETF Servicing team and served as the dedicated Relationship manager for all Brokers/Dealers trading in ETF Products administered by State Street. Gareth will be charged with advancing Citi's ETF offering within our Custody and Funds platform and work in partnership with his global peers on this important build out of our platform.

These are all new roles, Citi is anxious to impress.



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