Managing Director and Global Head of Marketing and Brand
RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Anouschka Elliott is Managing Director and Global Head of Marketing and Brand for Royal Bank of Canada's Investor and Treasury Services (RBC I&TS) and is a member of the RBC I&TS Global Client Coverage Operating Committee and the RBC Brand Council. She is responsible for RBC I&TS’ front-end client experience, from initial brand impact and perception through proposal development and delivery. Prior to assuming this role in July 2013, she led marketing globally for RBC Capital Markets' Fixed Income and Currencies division while simultaneously heading RBC Capital Markets' brand activities in Europe, Asia and Australia.
Elliott joined RBC in May 2010, having been Marketing Director at Ingenious Media, the U.K.’s largest media investment advisor. She previously spent 12 years at Citi as Director of Client Strategy and Management for Citi's Corporate and Investment Bank, with global responsibility for client insights, senior engagement and event strategy. She moved into marketing and communications in 2003 as Director of Community Affairs for Europe, Middle East and Africa following more than seven years in Citi's Global Relationship Bank, based in London and New York, firstly as a credit analyst and then as a relationship manager for institutional clients, including major Canadian and U.S. pension funds and U.K. insurance companies.
Elliott is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a Chartered Marketer, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (FCIM), Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors, holds a post-graduate diploma in marketing and has a bachelor’s degree (with honors) in economics and management from the University of London. She sits on the advisory board for the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Network and the Greater London Board for the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Until 2017, she was member of the University of London's Royal Holloway School of Management Advisory Board, a position she held since 2010.