Citi Appoints New Country Head for Sweden and Head of Nordic Corporate Banking


Citi today announced the appointment of Alexander Stiris as Country Head for Sweden and Head of Nordic Corporate Banking, based in Stockholm. He will also assume responsibility as Nordic Cluster Head with the country heads in the Nordics reporting to him. Alexander will report to Zdenek Turek, CEO of Citibank Europe and Tom Isaac, EMEA Corporate Banking Head.

Alexander joined Citi in 2001 in Hong Kong, where he worked in TMT investment banking and then in CEEMEA Corporate Finance, based in Dubai. Most recently he was a Managing Director in the Corporate Bank, covering EMEA TMT, (Telecommunications, Media and Technology) based in London. He replaces Mikkel Grønlykke, who recently relocated to London to become the Head of Corporate Banking for Citi in Central and Eastern Europe as well as Head of Corporate Banking for Citibank Europe plc. 

“Alexander's breadth of knowledge, both regionally and across banking products, makes him a perfect fit for leading Citi’s growing corporate banking business in the Nordics. With his global expertise and strong client relationships, he will be an asset in continuing to build our Nordic franchise,” Zdenek Turek‎ commented. 

Citi has had a presence in the Nordic region for more than 40 years, with local offices in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway and has been doing business with Nordic clients for more than 100 years. This key appointment underscores the bank’s commitment to continue growing the Nordic franchise across key sectors and products. 

Citi recently announced the appointment of new Nordic Investment Banking heads, please find the announcement here > 

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