Hollis Hart is a Senior Advisor at Reference Point and a member of the firm’s Advisory Board. In his role, Hollis focuses on supporting strategic planning, global governance best practices, work with FinTechs/RegTechs and risk service offerings.
Hollis held senior roles at Citibank, spanning global business management, governance, audit, and risk. Most recently, as the President of International Franchise Management (IFM) he had responsibility for the country heads managing Citi’s 100 presences countries, oversaw the global governance framework, supported home / host regulators, and the 40+ external country boards. Hollis also served as a member of Citibank’s Risk Committee; the Global AML, Compliance: Legal Entity, Vendor and Sovereign Risk Committees; Cyber oversight; and Women4Citi. Other responsibilities included the Global Management Program (GEMA); and the Military Equipment Policy.
Previous roles included: Asia M&A Head, Asia Real Estate Head, U.S. Banks Head, Tokyo Corporate Bank Head; Japan Merchant Bank Head; Transactions Services Global Risk Head, International FIG Risk Head, and Global Trade Risk Head; Latin America Broker-Dealer Risk Head. In addition, Hollis was also asked to support the newly created Alternative Assets Group as their first Global Risk Head.
Hollis has leveraged his deep understanding of the global financial services landscape, dynamic regulatory environment, and risk management best practices in various board and advisory positions throughout his career. Most notably, he has served as Chairman of the American Bankers Association’s (ABA) Corporate Banking Committee; as a Board Member for RMA's Global Advisory Board, Korea Society, and BCIU; and as Trustee and an Executive Committee Member for the Committee for Economic Development. Hollis currently serves on the Boards of the Moa Bay Mining Company and the Cuban American Nickel Co. He is a Senior Fellow of The Conference Board. Hollis consults to private sector and public/regulatory groups on global risk concerns and best practices in aligning emerging FinTech and RegTech activity with legacy financial institutions.