Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group has ankled Harvey Colli as a Managing Director to oversee its Transaction Banking business in Latin America.our business.” Colli, who assumes this new role after 15 years in senior positions with JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup, will focus on Latin American and Japanese corporate clients.
Based in São Paulo, he reports to Junsuke (John) Koike, MUFG’s Regional Head for Latin America; and Head of Transaction Banking Sales for Asian Corporate Banking, Latin America, and Canada, Martin Nonna.
Previously, Colli was the head of JP Morgan Chase’s Treasury Services business in Brazil, serving local and multinational clients in the corporate and financial institutions segments. At Citigroup, Colli held a range of positions including the head of the bank’s International Cash Management business, where he had responsibility for the business and its products in Brazil.
Colli holds an MBA in finance from a joint program between Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP, in Brazil) and the University of New Mexico (U.S.); he earned an undergraduate degree in business management from FAAP. Colli is fluent in Portuguese, English, and Spanish.
MUFG’s Transaction Banking division provides clients with working capital management and asset servicing solutions. The division offers treasury management, trade finance, and global trust services to clients across various segments including retail banking, corporate banking, Asian corporate banking, and government entities.
Since opening its first office in the region nearly 100 years ago, MUFG has provided financial services to companies doing business in Latin America. The bank serves corporate clients across the region from offices in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, and Peru. MUFG provides specialized services in the region for corporates in industries including metals and mining, oil and gas, food and beverage, power and utilities, agriculture, and financial services. The bank also offers products such as local cross-currency bonds and loans, trade finance, foreign-exchange and derivatives, structured finance, project finance, syndicated loans, and transaction banking.
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