Board Member

Jane Fraser

Jane Fraser

CEO, Citi

Jane Fraser is the CEO of Citi, the world’s most global bank, which serves millions of consumers, businesses, and institutions across 160 countries and jurisdictions. She is the first female CEO in the firm’s history. Fraser has experience across Citi’s consumer and institutional businesses and helped shape Citi into the company it is today. Before becoming CEO in 2021, she was president of Citi and CEO of the Global Consumer Bank, responsible for all of Citi’s consumer businesses.

She served as the CEO of Citigroup Latin America from 2015 to 2019. From 2013 to 2015, she was CEO of U.S. consumer and commercial banking and CitiMortgage. Prior, she was the CEO of Citi's Private Bank from 2009 to 2013 and the global head of strategy and mergers and acquisitions from 2007 to 2009. She joined Citi in 2004 in the corporate and investment banking division.

Before joining Citi, Fraser was a partner at McKinsey & Company. She started her career with the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. and later worked for Asesores Bursátiles.

She is vice chair of the Partnership for New York City’s board of directors and a member of the board of Business Roundtable, Harvard Business School’s board of dean’s advisors, Stanford University’s global advisory board, and the Economic Club of New York. Fraser holds master’s degrees from Harvard Business School and the University of Cambridge. She is based in New York, NY.

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