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Press Release: Citi announces appointment of Joysheel Mitter as head of EMEA structured trade and receivables

Published: Mar 2021

16th March 2021 – I am pleased to announce the appointment of Joysheel Mitter as Head of EMEA Structured Trade and Receivables Product reporting to me. In this role, Joysheel will be responsible to drive the receivables product strategy and value proposition within the Trade scope, including Bills discounts. Our receivables finance offering, which has been revamped over the last three years, continues to evolve and is our fastest growing business with demand for a lot of specialization and structured solutions.

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In addition Joysheel will lead our Structured Trade team working closely between Sales, Client Management, Clusters, Product and Distribution to lead or support the teams to deliver structured and complex solutions to solve for our clients current and emerging needs.

Joysheel has joined us from Wells Fargo, where he was most recently the head of the EMEA Channel Finance team. In this role, he led a broad-based team delivering bespoke working capital financing solutions to multi-national suppliers and manufacturers, primarily in the TMT sector, in 30+ countries in Europe and also Middle East & Africa. Prior to that role, he was the relationship leader for the product in the MEA region. He previously worked in GE Capital’s European Leveraged Finance team as an investment analyst managing a portfolio of senior secured cashflow loans in a variety of sectors, jurisdictions and situations. He started his career in GE Capital’s Financial Management Programme in the US.

Joysheel was born and raised in India and earned a BA degree in Economics and Accounting from Franklin and Marshall College (USA). Having worked with GE initially in the US, he has been based in London since 2001 where he lives with his wife and 2 daughters.

Please join me in welcoming Joysheel to Citi and wishing him success in his new role.

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