Jeannine Hyman is currently a Director and the ICG and Treasury Accounting Policy Head at Citigroup with responsibility for the application of both US GAAP and IFRS across many jurisdictions. She led the global adoption of the new hedging standard and is part of the implementation team for CECL. Jeannine is an expert in hedge accounting, derivatives, debt and equity instruments and transactions, securities and loans, sale and transfer accounting and financial statement presentation.
Jeannine is currently Chair of the North American Accounting working group of International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA). The objective of the North American Accounting working group is to advance ISDA’s policies in the accounting arena in coordination with ISDA’s counterparties and advisors. The chair represents ISDA in discussions with standard setters, regulators and others. She is also currently Chair of the Accounting and Tax Subcommittee of the Alternative Reference Rate Committee created by the Federal Reserve. In this role she will address all accounting and tax issues related to the transition from LIBOR to its replacement with the FASB, SEC and other regulators.
Prior to joining Citi, Jeannine worked in accounting policy at Bank of America supporting banking and markets products. Jeannine began her career in Deloitte’s Audit Practice in NYC working in technical roles serving financial services clients. She is a CPA in the state of NY.