Raymond McGuire Biography and Wiki
Raymond McGuire is an American banker and businessman currently working as the New York Citi’s Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB”. 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
Raymond is 63 years old as of 2020. 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.
Raymond McGuire Net Worth
The American entrepreneur, businessman, and the New York Citi’s Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB” has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Raymond McGuire Citigroup
McGuire serves as the New York Citi’s Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking “CIB”. He is a member of the Institutional Clients Group Executive Committee and the Institutional Clients Group Business Practices Committee and is a Board Member of Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Raymond heads and manages the CIB whose clients generate over $20 Billion of global revenue yearly. However, on October 15, 2020, he announced that he will be running for New York mayor post nomination under the Democratic Party.
Before joining Citi, Mr. McGuire was the Global Co-Head of Mergers and Acquisitions at Morgan Stanley; Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of Merrill Lynch and Co., Inc.; and one of the first individuals from Wasserstein Perella and Co., Inc. where he turned into a Partner/Managing Director in 1991. He began his vocation in 1984 in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of The First Boston Corporation.
As of now, Mr. McGuire fills in as a Board individual from a few sheets including the Alex Hillman Family Foundation, the American Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Citi Foundation, the De La Salle Academy (Chairman Emeritus), the Harvard Club of New York, the Hotchkiss School, the New York City Police Foundation, the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the New York Public Library (Executive Committee and Co-Chairman Nominating Committee), the Studio Museum in Harlem (Chairman), Think450 and the Whitney Museum of American Art (Executive Committee).
Mr. McGuire is likewise an individual from the Cultural Affairs Advisory Commission for the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Before, he has served on the sheets of the FAPE (Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies), the Howard Gilman Foundation, the International Center of Photography (President), the Joseph and Claire Flom Foundation, Lincoln Center, and the San Remo Tenants’ Corporation (President). Earlier, he was a Director of the Wyeth Corporation (Nominating and Governance Committee). He has additionally served on different Visiting Councils at Harvard University, just as the Overseers/Directors Nominating Committee.
Mr. McGuire has gotten various distinctions and differentiations including the Theodore Roosevelt Award from the Legal Aid Society, the John C. Whitehead Social Enterprise Award from the Harvard Business School Club NY, the Public Service Award from Big Brothers, Big Sisters, the Trailblazer Award from the MBBA, the Humanitarian Leadership Award from CUP (“Council of Urban Professionals”) and the Frederick Douglas Award from the New York Urban League. He was likewise perceived by New York’s Avenue Magazine as one of New York’s “50 Smartest” and by Crain’s as one of the “Most Connected New Yorkers”. ARTnews incorporates Mr. McGuire as a feature of its rundown of “Top 200 Collectors”. He was enlisted by Morehouse College as one of the debut individuals from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Global Board of Renaissance Pioneers. He was additionally included in Black Enterprise Magazine as one of the “100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America” and on the front of Black Enterprise Magazine as one of the most impressive Blacks on Wall Street.
Raymond has been regarded by New York Needs You, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Art for Life Foundation, the National Urban Technology Center, American for the Arts, and the Legal Action Center. He has filled in as Corporate Chair for the 2016 Howard University Charter Day. Pratt Institute regarded him as its debut recognized “Benefactor of the Arts”. He was additionally the beneficiary of the President’s Award by the National Urban League. Mr. McGuire has been regarded with Harvard Business School’s African-American Student Union’s Professional Achievement Award, has introduced at Harvard Law School’s Traphagen Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series, and emceed the principal Harvard College Black Alumni Weekend.
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 the 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.