Citigroup has created a new position to oversee its corporate banking activities in natural resources across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Citi said Marie-Christine Olive, a banker with 29-years of experience, would be taking on the role, which will cover everything from miners to commodity traders.

“Marie-Christine will work closely with each of the Natural Resources sub-sector Corporate Banking teams across Power, Energy, Commodity Traders and Metals & Mining,” Citi said in a statement.

“We are also pleased to announce the appointment of William Husband as EMEA Head of Metals & Mining Corporate Banking reporting to Marie-Christine.”

Citi is a big lender to the mining companies and commodity traders.It is also one of the world’s biggest brokers for commodities products.

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