Orlando Medina

Former Co-President & Chief Executive Officer-Global Consumer Banking at Citigroup, Inc.

Orlando Medina

Orlando Medina

Former Co-President & Chief Executive Officer-Global Consumer Banking at Citigroup, Inc.

Biography

Manuel Medina-Mora Escalante is former Co-President & CEO-Global Consumer Banking at Citigroup, Inc. former Non-Executive Chairman for Banco Nacional de México SA and former Non-Executive Chairman for Grupo Financiero Citibanamex SA de CV (both are subsidiaries of Citigroup, Inc.). He received an undergraduate degree from Universidad Iberoamericana and an MBA from Stanford University.

Overview
Career Highlights

Citigroup, Inc.

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5655

Number of Boards

7

Birthday

1951

Age

68

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Chairman of the Board of Directors & General Manager at Tenedora Nemak SA de CV

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Professional at Gentera SAB de CV

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Chief Executive Officer, Latin America at Citigroup, Inc.

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Managing Director at Ice Glen Group LLC

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Chairman of Europe, Middle East & Africa Banking at Citigroup, Inc.

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Vice President, Corporate Development at Radial Commerce, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer at Grupo Bimbo SAB de CV

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Chief Executive Officer at Regional Finance Corporation of South Carolina

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Vice Chairman at The Nature Conservancy - Virginia

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Chief Executive Officer at Solera Holdings, Inc.

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Orlando Medina
Former Co-President & Chief Executive Officer-Global Consumer Banking at Citigroup, Inc.
Education
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration

Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO), is acknowledged as one of Mexico’s top private educational institutions, widely known both in Mexico and abroad for the high quality of its study programs. IBERO's underlying aim is to safeguard, disseminate and improve higher education by training the professionals, teachers, researchers and technicians our society needs.

MBA

The Stanford Graduate School of Business has built an international reputation based on its innovative programs, which include: Two-year MBA Program, designed to educate business leaders One-year Stanford Sloan Master’s Program for mid-career executives PhD Program for future academics Executive Education programs for experienced managers Faculty research program Academic programs, including the two-year MBA, the 12-month Sloan Master's Program, and the PhD program, create a transformational student experience that reflects the tagline: Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world. Today the state-of-the-art Knight Management Center complex enables Stanford's innovative, globalized MBA curriculum, offering flexible classroom spaces for hands-on experiential learning small-group leadership labs, and team-based learning. It engages faculty and students across Stanford University, as well as alumni, global executives, and the broader world community.

Career History
Co-President & Chief Executive Officer-Global Consumer Banking
2001 - 2015

Citi works tirelessly to provide consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial services and products. They strive to create the best outcomes for their clients and customers with financial ingenuity that leads to solutions that are simple, creative and responsible.

Boards & Committees
Director
Prior

Bolsa Mexicana de Valores SAB de CV is a financial services company, which engages in the trading of cash, listed derivatives, and over-the-counter markets for multiple asset classes. It offers listing of, and trading and operations of equity and debt listed instruments; and custody, clearing, settlement, counterparty, and data sales services. The company was founded in 1894 and is headquartered in Mexico City.

Member, Board of Directors
Prior

The Citi Foundation supports the economic empowerment and financial inclusion of low- to moderate-income people in communities where Citi operates. We work collaboratively with a range of partners to design and test financial inclusion innovations with potential to achieve scale and support leadership and knowledge building activities. Through a "More than Philanthropy" approach, we put the strength of Citi's business resources and people to work to enhance our philanthropic investments and help improve communities. We utilize a results-oriented measurement framework that informs the way we assess the impact of the programs we fund. Every grant is carefully tracked to identify ways to ensure success and understand what works and why. This framework helps us define more clearly the results we seek in each of our core focus areas, which include: Financial Capability and Asset Building – Increases in the number of low- to moderate-income adults and/or youth who adopt positive financial behaviors and accumulate and preserve financial assets Microfinance – Increases in the supply and use of financial products, supplied by microfinance institutions, that improve and accelerate the financial inclusion of low- to moderate-income individuals Enterprise Development – Increases in the number of micro or small enterprises that provide new income generation and/or employment opportunities for low- to moderate-income individuals College Success (in the U.S.) – Increases in the number of low- to moderate-income secondary school students who are meeting the academic, financial and social milestones to enroll in and complete postsecondary education Youth Education and Livelihoods (outside the U.S.) – Increases in the number of low-income youth, ages 13-25, who complete secondary school, become employed, start their own income-generating business or obtain postsecondary education or training Neighborhood Revitalization (in the U.S.) – Increases in the number of small businesses, affordable housing units or community facilities that contribute to the economic and/or environmental sustainability of low- to moderate-income communities Disaster Response – Supporting preparedness, immediate response, and rebuilding efforts, that all contribute to the long-term economic recovery of communities

Member, Board of Directors
Prior

Since 1885, Boys & Girls Aid has helped children in need find safe and permanent housing. Its core purpose is to impact the lives of children in need, and it fulfills this through multiple programs. It finds permanent homes for children through adoption and provide temporary safe places to stay through shelters and foster homes. And teach life skills to young adults.

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