Hubert J.P. Jolly

Managing Director at Citi Treasury & Trade Services

Hubert J.P. Jolly

Managing Director at Citi Treasury & Trade Services

Biography

Hubert Jean-Pierre Jolly is the Global Head of Channel & Enterprise Services for Citi’s Treasury & Trade Solutions business. In this role, J.P. is responsible for oversight of Citi’s award-winning cash management and trade services platforms across 104 countries. In addition to managing Citi’s core Channel Services solutions, including CitiConnect® (Swift, File, Messaging) and CitiDirect® Online Banking, the only online banking platform with capabilities that span 24 languages, 90 countries and over 100 currencies (and the #1 Online Corporate and Commercial E-Banking Platform in the industry, as rated by Greenwich Associates for 5 consecutive years), J.P. is also responsible for global enterprise platforms including Account Services, Billing, Analytics, Data Management and Mobile solutions.

Prior to assuming this role, J.P. was the Global Head of Commercial Cards and Procure to Pay for Citi’s Global Transactions Services business. Under his leadership, Citi Commercial Cards doubled the number of cardholders it serves, extended its global footprint to over 50 countries, expanded its capabilities to include solutions spanning 90 markets, 40 currencies and 26 local languages, launched the industry’s first global multi-currency virtual card platform, was mandated the largest commercial card program by volume in industry history, and became the #1 issuer of Corporate Cards in the United States (as recognized by The Nilson Report). In addition, J.P. led the launch of Citi’s Procure-to-Pay (P2P) solution that combines services across Supplier Finance, Cards and Payments with e-Invoicing and supplier enablement.

Since joining Citi as a summer Analyst in 1995 in Brussels, Belgium, J.P. has served the organization in a variety of capacities – with leadership roles in payments, cards, cash management, trade and project finance in the United States, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, New Zealand, Poland, and Singapore.