Citi Adds Tribridge Distressed Manager

Mar 9 2010 | 3:43am ET

Hedge fund manager John Liptak has joined Citigroup to lead its Asia-Pacific distressed and special situations group.

Liptak spent less than a year at Hong Kong-based Tribridge Capital, when he launched an Asia-focused distressed hedge fund. Before joining Tribridge, Liptak worked at Bank of America and ING.

“Distressed is a key growth are for Citi in Asia,” David Rosa, head of Asia-Pacific credit trading at Citi, said.

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