Camilla Allnatt

I graduated from Loughborough University with a Bachelor of Science in Computing and Management in 2009.

My first banking role was at UniCredit Bank AG where I spent eighteen months working in Human Resources. In 2012 I joined MUFG and spent three years working in the Operations Division as part of the Business Management team and then joined a global training programme based in New York in 2015. This overseas experience inspired me to join the Global Subsidiary Banking Team in 2016, which is part of the Corporate Banking Division for EMEA. My primary responsibility is to be the key network contact for European multinational clients to sell MUFG’s global products in over 50 countries. I am keen to continue expanding our global business and am committed to providing useful and innovative solutions for my clients, contributing to MUFG’s goal ‘to be a truly global bank’.

In addition to my core role, I am also co-chair of the Balance gender equality network at MUFG. I advocate the importance of having a balanced workplace, allowing for wider viewpoints and taking different ideas and perspectives into account. I strongly believe that inclusion and diversity is one of the most important cultural factors of a successful organisation which translates into creating richer solutions for our clients and stakeholders, maximizing efficiency, innovation and creativity.

I am also passionate about social mobility and subsequently have a role at MUFG as a liaison for a student mentoring programme organised through our charity partner The Big Alliance ‘’. In 2016 I won the ELBA Award for Outstanding Contributions to Mentoring. I am also a CSR champion and member of the Sports and Social committee, having organised a number of successful events.

Finally, I represented MUFG at the One Young World Conference in Ottawa in 2016, which is a global forum for young leaders and am an ambassador: