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Citi: Nicole Curtin, Head of Government Affairs in West and Central Africa

Nicole Curtin is gaining ground.

At Citi, internal promotion is not an empty word. Thus, Nicole Curtin takes it up a notch and adds government affairs functions to her current public affairs responsibilities in West and Central Africa.

Nicole joined Citi in 2004 as DTP for France and Monaco, before focusing on Africa in 2012. She is currently DTP for West and Central Africa, a region encompassing five countries: Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, DRC, Gabon and Senegal. Nicole has extensive experience in all aspects of public affairs, as well as providing investor relations advice to CAC40 companies. Nicole will work in coordination with Alan Houmann, Citi Head of Government Affairs for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).

Before joining Citi, Nicole Curtin had worked for Société Générale in South Africa and then in Singapore in treasury as head of risk and financial control. In Paris, she first joined the investor firm Morgen Walke as a director, where she advised numerous CAC40 companies on their relations with analysts and investors in the United States and Europe. Nicole holds a master’s degree in Russian from School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) and a master’s degree from King’s College, University of London.

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Publishing Director of Financial Afrik. In the African economic press for 17 years, Adama Wade had to work in Morocco in several editors. Captain at the Long Course of the Merchant Navy and holder of a Masters in Organizational Communication, Adama Wade has published an essay, “The Myth of Tarzan,” which describes Africa’s geopolitical complex.


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