Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group hired Maureen Sullivan as managing director and head of Supply Chain Finance for the Americas. In her new role, she will divide her time between Chicago and New York and report to Jon Lindenberg, MUFG’s deputy head of Investment Banking for the Americas
Sullivan joined MUFG from HSBC, where she was head of Solutions Structuring, responsible for receivables, commodity finance and supply chain finance. She also launched a variety of strategic fintech partnerships while at HSBC.
Before working at HSBC, Sullivan spent six years with Bank of America as North American Trade sales head, nearly four years at J.P. Morgan as Global Trade Finance product manager and 14 years at Citigroup, where she held several positions, including Global Trade Finance product manager.
“Maureen’s leadership capabilities and experience make her a natural choice to manage MUFG’s Supply Chain Finance business,” Lindenberg said. “Her demonstrated success on a wide-range of global banking platforms will undoubtedly add value for our clients, all of whom are seeking innovative, tailored solutions to best manage their supply chain finance needs.”
MUFG’s Supply Chain Finance group offers account receivables and payables solutions for both buyers and sellers that allow for their respective short-term credit needs.