Mason is responsible for all aspects of strategy, business restructuring, divestitures, and asset sales, and he has direct oversight responsibility for Citi Financial, Alternative Investments, Commercial Real Estate, and International Consumer Finance. He oversaw the restructuring of CitiFinancial into OneMain Financial and CitiFinancial Servicing Network. Under his leadership, Citi Holdings has reduced assets on the balance sheet by more than half a trillion dollars and divested several businesses and assets.
A dealmaker extraordinaire, McGuire was involved in several billion-dollar transactions, including the $45 billion spinoff of Time Warner Cable from its parent company; ConocoPhillips Co.’s $36 billion acquisition of Burlington Resources; Koch Industries’ $21 billion acquisition of Georgia-Pacific; the $13 billion sale of EDS to Hewlett-Packard; and the $68 billion sale of Wyeth to Pfizer. Prior to joining Citi, he was the Global Co-Head of Mergers & Acquisitions at Morgan Stanley.
McKenzie has nearly 40 years of experience in asset management, commercial and investment banking, trade finance, corporate treasury, and brokerage. He has served at BlackRock, one of the largest publicly traded investment management firms in the country with $3.7 trillion in assets under management, for more than six years. McKenzie ran his own firm, McKenzie & Co., in the mid 1980s and was a founding board member of the National Association of Securities Professionals.
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