Andrea Turner Moffitt MBA ’07
Andrea Turner Moffitt is a Vice President in the Institutional Clients Group at Citi where she is responsible for the origination and execution of official agency-enhanced loans in emerging market countries. She has led a variety of corporate and project finance transactions across Latin America totaling over US$ 1 billion in debt financings in several industries including power, transportation, cement and financial institutions. Ms. Turner Moffitt has worked with a multitude of Official Agencies and international commercial investors and is an expert in the policies and initiatives of the US Export Import Bank, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
Prior to joining Citi, Ms. Turner Moffitt spent four years working in the financial services industry. Most recently, Ms. Turner Moffitt was as a Research Analyst at Muirfield Capital Management where she assisted in managing a US$ 500 million portfolio of underlying hedge fund positions. She also worked as an Investment Banking Analyst at Robertson Stephens and spent time in the Financial Markets Group at the IFC.
Ms. Turner Moffitt currently supports a number of organizations including serving as an Official Advisor to the Center for Work Life Policy, a Co-Chair for Columbia Business School’s Social Enterprise Program Circle Academy and a junior committee member of the Brooklyn Kindergarten Society. She is also actively involved with numerous women’s networks including 100 Women in Hedge Funds and the Financial Women’s Association where she is a member of the Microfinance Committee.
Ms. Turner holds a MBA and a Master of International Affairs with a concentration in International Finance from Columbia University. She received her BA in Latin American Studies with minors in Spanish and Business from Tulane University.