Citi Treasury Investments (CTI) operates within Corporate Treasury to lead the investment of Citis major liquidity portfolios and raise long term debt and capital as well as the return of capital to shareholders through a share repurchase program. The CTI Capital Markets (CTI CM) group is responsible for these actions for Citi across a variety of borrowings programs including structured notes, unsecured benchmark and credit card securitizations.
CTI CM is responsible for the execution and strategic oversight across these initiatives, including the design of both the share repurchase program and execution of benchmark debt offerings, including two credit card securitization vehicles. The group also oversees all local country issuance in non-USD subsidiaries. We are responsible for the tactical design and implementation of the annual funding plan and CCAR capital actions as it pertains to preferred stock and subordinated debt issuance and liability management. The team is also responsible for the Firms ESG initiatives such as Green Bonds and Social Impact Bonds. Additionally, CTI CM provides regular updates to Senior Management, Regulators as well as Fixed Income Investor Relations and investors. The group is also responsible for presentations related to broader credit markets and structural initiatives for Regulators and Senior Management as well as various risk and investment committees.
Strategically assess the Firms liquidity and capital requirements to optimize funding across key regulatory metrics and targets.
Coordinate and collaborate throughout the Firm (Liquidity, Capital, Legal, and Accounting Policy) to structure new types of securities for internal and external constituents.
Monitor and evaluate optimal financings and strategies in a variety of currencies (USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, EUR, GBP, and JPY) to maintain an efficient capital structure that supports strategic funding needs.
Assist in the analysis of various liability management exercises (tenders, exchanges, and open market purchases).
Present issuance / Liability management recommendations to senior management that includes the Head of Capital Markets and the CTI Chief Investment Officer Oversee key initiatives such as LIBOR transition and Treasury led ESG priorities.
Support debt and hybrid capital transactions that include unsecured bullet and callable debt, preferred stock and credit card asset back securitizations. Assess and analyze the Peer funding activity including rationales and relative value across various structures.
Bachelors degree required; MBA or CFA a plus
10+ years of experience working in the finance industry
Institutional understanding of fixed income markets
Ability to manage multiple projects independently and develop reports and presentations
Strong ability to work collaboratively across many different groups in different regions
Highly motivated and interested in learning about different products and overall Balance Sheet Management
Strong Power Point, Excel and communication skills; VBA, coding and programing a plus
High energy, self-starter with a desire to show creative ideas
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