DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS MINI SERIES: IN CONVERSATION WITH JAMES BARDRICK
We are delighted to welcome our next guest in the Women in Banking & Finance Distinguished Speakers Mini Series.
James Bardrick is Citi’s Country Officer for the UK, Cluster Head for the UK, Jersey and Israel and the Chief Executive of Citigroup Global Markets Limited. James will join Vivienne Artz, President of WIBF, in conversation on Tuesday 13th October at 12.30pm.
This series features high profile executives from across the financial services sector who have diversity and inclusion at the forefront of their business agenda. These short, sharp, virtual events will give an insight into the current hot topics that are occupying senior business leaders and will offer participants the opportunity to pose questions.
In this session, James will share his thoughts on COVID-19 and his key insights from this uncertain period. He will discuss the impact on the gender agenda and report on how COVID-19 has effected Citi operationally, technically and culturally.
Please join us for what promises to be an interesting and insightful event.
James is Citi’s Country Officer for the UK, Cluster Head for the UK, Jersey and Israel and the Chief Executive of Citigroup Global Markets Limited.
James has co-chaired Citi’s Brexit contingency planning and implementation work and is a member of Citi’s LIBOR Transition Program. In connection with these changes, he is a supervisory board member of Citigroup Global Markets Europe AG in Frankfurt and a Director of Citibank UK Limited. James was Cohead of Citi’s Corporate and Investment Banking business for EMEA from 2009 to 2014 and is currently the Vice Chairman of EMEA Banking, Capital Markets & Advisory. James has been with the firm for 33 years and is a Business Senior Credit Officer.
James is the Chairman of the British Banking Association and member of TheCityUK Advisory Council and was until recently a Board member of UK Finance and the Banking Standards Board. He also sits on the Bank of England’s PRA Practitioner Panel and The Financial Markets Standards Board Advisory Council. Prior to joining Citi, he worked as an engineer and in marketing for GKN plc. He graduated with first class double honours degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from the University of Birmingham, England and completed the Corporate Finance Programme at London Business School in 1988.
James chairs the Citi UK Networks Group and is a member of the 30% Club. He is Chairman and a trustee of the Coggeshall Youth Work Project, a Trustee and Deputy Chairman of the UK Career Ready charity, helping less privileged young people increase their aspirations and enter the world of work, and sits on the TeachFirst Business Leaders Council.
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