Peter Nathanial provides strategic, risk management and restructuring advice to major Financial Institutions, Central Banks, Governments and other International Organizations from around the world. He is frequently called on for his expertise as a leading professional in the area of risk management, restructuring and corporate governance.
From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Nathanial was the Group Chief Risk Officer and Member of the Executive Committee for The Royal Bank of Scotland Group. He was responsible for over $3 trillion in assets on the balance sheet and for working through the financial crisis. He established and managed a “bad bank” and a global loan-restructuring group within the Group. Ultimately, he helped to structure and implement the UK’s bail out of the systemically important banks, including RBS.

Prior to The Royal Bank of Scotland, Mr. Nathanial spent over sixteen years at Citigroup, holding a variety of senior business management roles in New York, Zurich, London, Moscow, and Warsaw.

In his last role at Citigroup, Mr. Nathanial was based in New York as a Senior Corporate Officer / Managing Director and Head of Global Risk Oversight and Investments, where he had oversight of Citigroup’s Asset Management, Insurance, Alternative Investments Businesses, Employee Pension Plans, Country Risk, and Citigroup’s proprietary M&A activities.

He is a founding member of the International Financial Risk Institute and a former Member of the President’s Council of the International Crisis Group.

Peter Nathanial

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