Corinna McClune

I was called to the bar in July 2014 after receiving an Exhibition Scholarship and Duke of Edinburgh entrance award from the Inner Temple.

In September 2014 I joined the Citi Legal Department as a Legal Analyst, negotiating documentation for the markets business. In 2017 I took a leap and moved into my current role as EMEA Sanctions, AML and Anti Bribery Counsel and was made a Vice President in 2018. In this role I serve as a subject matter expert regional counsel, covering Citi’s operations across all business lines in more than 50 countries in Europe, the Middle East in Africa.

I am in my third year of mentoring with Career Ready which is a national social mobility charity for students and after mentoring some fantastic students in previous years, this year I am serving as mentor support to first time mentors within Citi Belfast. I have also served as a ‘peer mentor’ in the Citi Legal Department, mentoring a peer who is a newcomer to Citi. I am a member of the Citi Belfast Families Matter Steering Committee, we are a small group of employees who deliver programmes and events to help support families in the different stages of a persons career and their personal life. I joined this team as part of my passion for working parents and carers to get as much support as they can from their employer and know what is available to them, as well as being able to plan some fun events along the way. I am also a member of the Pro Bono Access to Justice scheme, taking part in various pro bono projects and a member of our legal team’s Development Committee, which works to implement ideas and initiatives across the Corporate Legal Department globally.

Outside of work I am a girl guide leader so you’ll find me preparing crafts or camps for young girls and I’m looking forward to my 4 year old daughter being able to join me this year in guiding. I am also a charity trustee of a local playgroup.