John Landry

John Landry is the Head of Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) business in Canada. He is responsible for Citi’s team of professionals across Toronto, Montreal and Calgary and their delivery of class-leading Cash Management, Commercial Card and Trade Finance & Services. John has served on Payments Canada’s Board of Directors, Payments Canada’s Member Advisory Council and on The Canadian Banker’s Association Payments Committee amongst others.

Citi’s Canadian business was established in Canada more than 100 years ago and offers multinational corporations, financial institutions and public sector organizations the full suite of traditional transaction banking capabilities. More importantly, TTS in Canada leverages
innovations across Citi’s global network of more than 100 countries to bring creative and industrial-strength solutions to Canadian clients. Transaction Services brings innovation to Canada, and brings our Canadian clients to
the world.

John came to head TTS Canada in March 2010 after having spent the previous 5 years as TTS Product Head for Citi in Australia and New Zealand. During that period John lead the team in re-establishing itself as a leader in Cash and Trade services with particular success in the Global Subsidiary Group, Public, Banking and Local Corporate sectors. Simultaneously reinforcing Citi’s core capabilities while also launching innovative, market-shifting solutions drove a doubling of revenues and tripling of net income during his tenure.

John has also served at Citi as Global Worldlink Product Development Head, Co-CTO for CitiCapital, and a Product Manager for mobile payment initiatives.

John graduated from University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business prior to joining Signet Bank. He held a series of roles in Consumer Finance and Marketing with First Union and Wachovia following successive mergers. In 1998 he joined GE Capital in a leadership role in Card Services. John serves on the Board of Directors for Citibank Canada Investment Funds Limited, and DAREarts.