Diane S Reyes was appointed to Group General Manager in February 2015. Since September 2011, she has been the Global Head of Liquidity and Cash Management, a multi-billion dollar business operating across five regions and over 50 countries and territories. She is responsible for over 80 products and services offered to Large and Middle Market Corporates, Financial Institutions and Governmental Organizations. Her focus is on improving the client experience around Liquidity and Cash Management Services both locally and across borders and currencies.
Diane has over 20 years of financial services experience across a number of financial institutions with an emphasis on P&L, Sales, Client Service, Product and Risk Management in Transaction Banking.
In her current role, Diane represents HSBC on the BAFT Global Transaction Banking Leaders Forum. She is also a senior sponsor for one of the Diversity programs within HSBC’s Global Banking and Markets as well as the Executive Sponsor for the HBUS Nurture Employee Resource Group (focused on providing support to employee caregivers).
Diane previously was the Global Payments Head for Citi’s Global Transaction Services (GTS). Diane joined Citi in 2000 where she held various positions within GTS including Head of the North America Region for Cash, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Chief Operating Officer for Citi’s Global Cash Management business and Global Sales Head for Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions. Prior to joining Citi, Diane held senior positions at JP Morgan Chase including Global Payables Solutions Business Executive and Middle Market Product and Sales Executive.
Over the last few years, Diane has chaired various councils on women’s career development. Diane has featured regularly in the last eleven years in the US Bankers Magazine’s ‘Most Powerful Women in Banking’ and ‘Women to Watch” categories.
Diane earned her MBA from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as completed the Program for Executives at Carnegie Mellon University. She is a Board member of the Grace Institute and has served as Treasurer of the New York Race for the Cure for 7 years, an affiliate of Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation. Additionally, Diane has spent 19 years living in the Philippines and speaks the local language (Tagalog). Diane is married and has four children.
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