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Morgan McKenney
Asia Pacific Core Cash Management Head, Treasury and Trade Solutions ,Citi

Morgan is the head of Core Cash Management for Asia within Citi's Institutional business based in Hong Kong.  In this role, she is responsible for Payments and Receivables, Channels and Enterprise Services, and Commercial Cards across the region.  She also manages the Citi Innovation Lab in Singapore for Treasury and Trade Solutions.   Her role includes delivering innovation in payments across Asia, technology investment prioritization, digitizing our capabilities, enabling the business to more routinely and successfully innovate, and growing with ecommerce and digital clients. 

For almost four years prior to this role Morgan was the global business head for cross-currency payments at Citi based out of London helping corporate, financial institutions and public sector clients make payments globally to empower their business.

Prior to this role she was the Chief Operating Officer of Global Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) at Citi. Previously she served as the COO for Transaction Services in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and prior to that served as the Chief Financial Officer of Citi Transaction Services globally.

Before this role, she was the Chief of Staff for Robert Druskin, Chief Operating Officer of Citigroup. She began her career at Citigroup in the Strategy group of the Corporate and Investment Banking division in New York. Before joining Citigroup, Morgan worked in the New York office of London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) in a strategic relationship management role.

Prior to LIFFE, she traded equities and derivatives for Martin “Buzzy” Schwartz, an independent trader based in Boca Raton, Florida. She began her career as a Management Associate at Capital One Financial in Richmond, Virginia.

Morgan received a BA in Computer Science from Amherst College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She has been a William Pitt member of Chatham House and is a member of Council on Foreign Relations, a US-based non- partisan organization focused on US policy issues.