Citi To Boost Institutional Hedge Fund Services

Mar 22 2010 | 1:11pm ET

Citigroup is cutting back in all sorts of areas at the government’s behest. Prime brokerage, however, is not one of them.

The banking giant, which the U.S. Treasury still owns a 27% stake in, will double the size of its institutional hedge fund advisory team over the next two years. Citi will focus especially on building its team in Asia, according to Nick Roe, global head of prime finance at the firm.


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