This forum was entitled "International Trade Opportunities for Energy Companies", and John Riley and Joseph Mooney, both Vice Presidents of Citizen’s Bank, examined issues and opportunities in foreign exchange and international trade services, respectively. This event provided an opportunity for companies to connect with other energy technology organizations and understand the implications and approaches of pursuing international trade relationships. Afterward a networking cocktail was held, allowing the audience of about 50 people to speak with Mr. Mooney and Mr. Riley one-on-one. Joseph W. Mooney
Joseph W. Mooney is a Senior Vice President and Manager of the International Division’s Global Trade Services Group for Citizens Bank. Having joined Citizens Bank from the USTrust acquisition in January 2000, Mr. Mooney is responsible for all international trade service-marketing efforts in New England, New York, and the Mid Atlantic. He also maintains the Trade Correspondent Banking responsibilities at Citizens Bank.
Mr. Mooney is currently on the Board of Directors of the New England Latin American Business Council and the National Association of Credit Managers - New England Chapter. He is also a member of the International Group within NACM - New England, a frequent presenter at trade seminars held by the various New England and Mid-Atlantic Trade Centers, and a guest lecturer at Salem State College, Salem, MA for their undergraduate and graduate international business courses. John Riley
John Riley has over 17 years of experience in the financial services industry and an extensive background in foreign exchange. He is currently a Vice President of Currency Risk Management with Citizens Bank, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland. His primary focus is on Corporations within New York, Eastern Canada, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Prior to joining Citizen’s Bank, Mr. Riley had worked at KeyBank as a Corporate Foreign Exchange advisor. His background includes nine years of corporate lending experience in the New York metropolitan area with money center banks. Mr. Riley holds a Master’s degree in International Finance from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor’s degree from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.