Chief Executive Officer,
International & Institutional Banking
Andrew Géczy is the CEO of ANZ's International & Institutional Banking division. He is responsible for the bank's global Institutional business as well as the Retail and Commercial businesses across 14 Asian markets and 12 countries in the Pacific as well as Europe, America and the Middle East.
Mr Géczy is a senior international banker with 25 years experience in wholesale banking and markets as well as asset management.
Between 2009 and 2013, Mr Géczy was a senior executive at Lloyds Banking Group where he was CEO Wholesale Banking and Markets. In this role, he had global responsibility for Corporate and Institutional Banking, Sales and Trading, Capital Markets, Structured Corporate Finance, Transaction Banking, Credit Portfolio Management and Lloyds Development Capital.
He joined Lloyds Banking Group from the specialist investment advisory and asset management firm, Manresa Partners, which he founded in 2005 with offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Dublin.
Previously, Mr Géczy was with Citigroup where he held a number of leadership roles in Corporate and Investment Banking between 1991 and 2005.
His last role was Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance with responsibilities across more than 80 countries including a significant growth business in Asia.
Mr Géczy began his career in accounting with Price Waterhouse and KPMG having completed a Master of Science at the University of Virginia.
Last updated: February 2014.
Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
January 2009 - December 2012
CEO, Wholesale Banking & Markets, Lloyds Banking Group
September 2005 – December 2008
Founder, Manresa Partners
November 1991 – August 2005
Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance, Citigroup