Stuart is Managing Director and Global Head of Citi’s Commodities Group. Based in London, he is responsible for Citi’s activities in physical and financial commodity products serving the firm’s global client base. Stuart joined Citi in May 2004 to help lead the build out of Citi’s client-facing commodities business. Prior to being named Global Head in January 2010, Stuart had served as Deputy Co-Head of the global business from July 2008 and before that was Head of Citi’s North American commodities business in Houston.
Before joining Citi, Stuart spent 2 years with AEP Energy Services Ltd. in London where he served as CEO and was responsible for the company’s European generation, trading and marketing businesses. Prior to this role, Stuart spent 6 years with Enron where he held various positions in the company’s US electricity trading business before building Enron’s international coal and freight trading business out of London.
Stuart graduated from Williams College in 1988 with a B.A. with Honors in Chemistry, and he received an MBA and a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies from Yale University in 1995. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale.