Who is Raymond McGuire?- Biography
Raymond McGuire is an American banker and businessman who currently serves as the Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB” at New York Citi. He serves on the board of Citigroup Global Markets Inc. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the Institutional Clients Group and the Business Practices Committee of the Institutional Clients Group.
How old is Raymond McGuire Age
Raymond is 65 years old as of January 2022. He was born Raymond J. McGuire 0n January 23, 1957, in Dayton, Ohio, United States of America.
Raymond McGuire Education
McGuire earned his M.B.A. and J.D. from Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School in 1984. In 1979, he received his bachelor’s degree from Havard College. On a Rotary Fellowship, he attended the University of Nice in France in 1980. He also received an L.H.D. from Pratt Institute and Dominican College in 2011. (2017).
Raymond McGuire Height
McGuire stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m).
Raymond McGuire Wife – Wedding
McGuire is married to Crystal McCary, co-creator of BET’s Leading Women and author of the novels Gotham Diaries and Homecourt Advantage. The couple has three children, one daughter, and two sons.
Raymond McGuire Citigroup – Career
McGuire is the Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB” at New York Citi. He serves on the Institutional Clients Group Executive Committee and the Institutional Clients Group Business Practices Committee, as well as the Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Board of Directors. Raymond is the CEO and Managing Director of the CIB, whose clients generate over $20 billion in global revenue each year. On October 15, 2020, he announced that he will run for the Democratic Party’s nomination for New York mayor. Before joining Citi, Mr. McGuire was the Global Co-Head of Mergers and Acquisitions at Morgan Stanley; a Managing Director in Merrill Lynch and Co., Inc.’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group; and one of Wasserstein Perella and Co., Inc.’s first employees. and one of the first individuals from Wasserstein Perella and Co., Inc. where he turned into a Partner/Managing Director in 1991. He began his vocation in 1984 in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of The First Boston Corporation.
Mr. McGuire currently serves on the boards of the Alex Hillman Family Foundation, the American Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Citi Foundation, the De La Salle Academy (Chairman Emeritus), the Harvard Club of New York, the Hotchkiss School, the New York City Police Foundation, the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and the New York Public Library (Executive Committee and Co-Chairman Nominating Commission) (Executive Committee). Mr. McGuire is also a member of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs’ Cultural Affairs Advisory Commission. Before, he has served on the sheets of the FAPE (Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies), the Howard Gilman Foundation, the International Center of Photography (President), the Joseph and Claire Flom Foundation, Lincoln Center, and the San Remo Tenants’ Corporation (President). Earlier, he was a Director of the Wyeth Corporation (Nominating and Governance Committee). He has additionally served on different Visiting Councils at Harvard University, just as the Overseers/Directors Nominating Committee.
Mr. McGuire has gotten various distinctions and differentiations including the Theodore Roosevelt Award from the Legal Aid Society, the John C. Whitehead Social Enterprise Award from the Harvard Business School Club NY, the Public Service Award from Big Brothers, Big Sisters, the Trailblazer Award from the MBBA, the Humanitarian Leadership Award from CUP (“Council of Urban Professionals”) and the Frederick Douglas Award from the New York Urban League. He was likewise perceived by New York’s Avenue Magazine as one of New York’s “50 Smartest” and by Crain’s as one of the “Most Connected New Yorkers”. ARTnews incorporates Mr. McGuire as a feature of its rundown of “Top 200 Collectors”. He was enlisted by Morehouse College as one of the debut individuals from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Global Board of Renaissance Pioneers. He was additionally included in Black Enterprise Magazine as one of the “100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America” and on the front of Black Enterprise Magazine as one of the most impressive Blacks on Wall Street.
Raymond has received recognition from organizations such as New York Needs You, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Art for Life Foundation, National Urban Technology Center, American for the Arts, and the Legal Action Center. He served as Corporate Chair for Howard University’s Charter Day in 2016. Pratt Institute honored him as its first-ever “Benefactor of the Arts.” He was also the recipient of the National Urban League’s President’s Award. Mr. McGuire has received the African-American Student Union’s Professional Achievement Award at Harvard Business School, has spoken at Harvard Law School’s Traphagen Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series, and has emceed the main Harvard College Black Alumni Weekend.
Raymond McGuire Citi Salary
McGuire earns an estimated annual salary of $400,000.
Raymond McGuire’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $20 million.