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Jonathan Beyman

Jonathan “Jon” Beyman retired in 2014 as Managing Director, and Global Head of Operations and Technology of Citibank’s Institutional Client Group, a position he held since joining the Bank in 2008. In that capacity, he managed and was accountable for the settlement, processing, control and regulatory compliance of $5 Trillion of daily transactions in the 100 countries where Citi does business. In addition, Jon was responsible for the development of software applications that supported the Bank’s market making and trading businesses, back office securities settlement, global payment networks, custody networks, portfolio management, risk management and financial management systems. Jon also chaired Citi’s Chief Information Officer Council, a consolidated governance and decision making body which set unified policies and standards across the bank.

After receiving a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Connecticut, Jon started his career with Arthur Young & Company as an auditor, and is a Certified Public Accountant. He joined Chemical Bank’s Operations Division after earning an MBA at Cornell, and has performed a variety of senior management roles in financial services technology and operations over his 38 year career. Previously, Jon served as the Chief Information Officer and Global Head of Operations and Technology at Lehman Brothers. He was also the Global Head of Investment Bank Operations at Credit Suisse, and in a stint outside of Wall St., Jon was Chief Information Officer of Cendant Corporation, and Chief Operating Officer of Cendant’s diversified Internet-based businesses.

Jon is a former member of various Boards of Directors including the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, and national non-profit organizations NPower, and Donors Choose. He has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Connecticut MBA program. Jon and his wife Susan have 3 grown sons and live in Norwalk Ct, where they are avid boaters.

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