Citi hires Carmen Haddad as VC, Middle East Wealth and Banking
By Delisha Fernandes
Citi has announced the appointment of Carmen Haddad as Vice Chair, Middle East Wealth and Banking. Carmen will transition her role as Citi Country Officer (CCO) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to Fahad Aldeweesh, CEO Citigroup Saudi Arabia by end of the year.
In her new role, Carmen will focus on providing senior level dialogue and coverage of key Sovereign/Government and private banking clients; acquire and deepen business with institutional and private bank prospects and spearhead the Middle East Family Offices initiative for Banking and Wealth.
This is in addition to her current involvement in key Institutional relationships in the region, including SWF and other Public sector clients. Leveraging upon the strong consistent relationships Carmen has built over the years she will, in an advisory capacity, also continue to play a key role in expanding Citi’s presence in KSA.
Carmen is one of Citi’s most senior bankers in the Middle East with over 3 decades of banking experience and has played a significant role in the building of Citi’s formidable franchise in the region. Having joined the firm in 2000, Carmen held various roles in Citi Private Bank including family office head of one of Citi’s main shareholders, added CCO of Citi’s franchise in Qatar 2013-17 and CCO of KSA since 2017. Carmen played an instrumental role in paving the way for Citi’s re-entry in the Kingdom, growing the business, and elevating the profile of the Citi franchise in both Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
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