Raymond McGuire Net Worth, Education, Bio, Age, House, Wife, Mayor and Salary

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Raymond McGuire Biography and Wiki

Raymond McGuire is an American banker, politician and businessman well known as the former executive at Citigroup in New York. He is a Board Member of Citigroup Global Markets Inc. He is also a member of the Institutional Clients Group Executive Committee and the Institutional Clients Group Business Practices Committee.

Raymond McGuire Education

McGuire is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School where he earned his M.B.A. and J.D. in 1984. He also graduated cum laude from Havard College in 1979. In 1980, he studied at the University of Nice, France while on a Rotary Fellowship. In 2011, he also earned an L.H.D. from Pratt Institute and Dominican College (2017).

Raymond McGuire Age

How old is Raymond? Raymond is 66 years old as of 2023. He was born Raymond J. McGuire in 1957, in Dayton, Ohio, United States of America. RELATED: Mark Esper

Raymond McGuire Height

McGuire stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m).

Raymond McGuire Family

Raymond’s information about his family members including his mother, father, siblings, uncles, and siblings is not available at the moment.

Raymond McGuire Wife and Wedding

McGuire is happily married to his wife Crystal McCary, the co-creator of BET’s show Leading Women and the author of the novels Gotham Diaries and Homecourt Advantage. Details about when and where their wedding took place is not yet known. The couples are proud parents of three children, one daughter and two sons.

Raymond McGuire Citi Salary

McGuire working as the New York Citi’s Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB” earns an estimated annual salary of $400,000. RELATED: David Culver

Raymond McGuire Net Worth

Raymond McGuire is an American banker and businessman with an estimated net worth of $20 million.

Raymond McGuire Citigroup

In 2005, McGuire joined Citigroup as a managing director in the investment banking division. During his time at Citigroup, he played a key role in various high-profile transactions and helped solidify the bank’s position as a global leader in investment banking. McGuire’s expertise and leadership abilities led to his appointment as the Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking, a position he held until his retirement in 2018.

After retiring from Citigroup, McGuire turned his attention to philanthropy and community service. He became actively involved in various non-profit organizations focused on education, youth empowerment, and economic development. He served on the boards of several prominent organizations, including the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. RELATED: John Torode

In addition to his philanthropic work, McGuire has also been involved in politics. He has been a vocal advocate for diversity and inclusion, particularly within the corporate sector. In 2020, McGuire announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of New York City. Although he did not win the nomination, his campaign focused on addressing the city’s economic and social challenges, and he played a significant role in shaping the discourse around these issues.

Ray Mcguire New York Mayor

Mr. McGuire has been encouraged by business leaders to seek the Democratic nomination urging that his reputation will help recover New York City’s economy from the pandemic.

On October 15, 2020, Raymond announced that he will be leaving his position at Citigroup to run for the Democratic nomination for mayor. The business leaders have offered him support through campaign donations because they believe he more favorable to the business community than the current mayor, Bill de Blasio. McGuire, one of the highest-ranking and longest-serving Black executives on Wall Street. His campaign launched a website and sent an introductory email that focused on what Mr. McGuire saw as the city’s most pressing challenge.