Javier Ossio, EO&T LatAm Head O&T Mexico Head

Javier Ossio

EO&T LatAm Head
O&T Mexico Head

Javier joined the Citibanamex Financial Group in 1981 in the Brokerage House and moved to the Bank in 1983. During those 33 years he has led increasingly challenging projects that required sophisticated one-bank solutions, from key initiatives to support the growing Citibanamex businesses to the integration of platforms between Citibanamex and Citi in 2001 and the creation of regional processing centers, while continuously deploying technological solutions and preparing the institution for a digital, boundary-less world.

Currently, He is the O&T Mexico Head, responsible of Consumer and ICG operations, Information Technology Management, CRS and Procurement in Mexico , Support to Business Processes and the Interaction/coordination with the Global, Regional and other shared services to provide Local services, as well as to define the strategic plans to allow O&T to improve the support to all Business areas aligned to the Global Business model.

Prior to his current role, Javier was responsible for other functional groups within the O&T Latam Organization:

As CIO Latam, He was responsible of oversight of all technology organizations across the region and to manage the alignment between Global, Regional and Local Technology strategies.

As O&T head in Mexico, He was responsible of Consumer and ICG operations in Citibanamex (Mexico), Technology Projects, Support to Business Processes reengineering and the Interaction/coordination with the regional groups to provide local services.

As CTI Latam Head, Javier was responsible of the CTI Mexico, Latam & Central America clusters Integration into a regional Model (Regional Processing Center, Global CTI Strategies, IT Optimization Program, etc).

As CTI Mexico Head, He was responsible of the Citibanamex & Citibank Mexico Full integration (Organization, Tech Platforms, Compliance Integration and Technology Platform Evolution).

Before the integration of Citibanamex and Citi in September 2001, Javier was responsible for several functional groups within the IT organization in Citibanamex : Corporate Investment Banking Technology Group; Architecture Design and Implementation; Systems Infrastructure Development; Process Definition and Implementation with support of automated tools for Change Management, Problem Management, Performance Management, Capacity Planning, Security Infrastructure and Project Management; Technical Support for the Operations and Technology groups, Evaluation of emerging technologies, Systems Engineering and Management Information Systems.

Javier received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Monterrey Institute of Technology in 1981.