Citi has named Ireti Samuel-Ogbu as treasury and trade solutions (TTS) EMEA payments and receivables head.
Samuel-Ogbu previously held various roles in London, Nigeria and South Africa over 26 years with Citi. She was most recently EMEA transaction services leader for the public sector banking team.
The payments role was previously filled by Anupam Sinha, who has been acting head of TTS EMEA payments and receivables since June 2014. Sinha is now head of global solutions for domestic payments and receivables.
Samuel-Ogbu will remain based in London and now reports to Ebru Pakcan, TTS global payments and receivables head and Rajesh Mehta, head of TTS, EMEA.
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