TRG's York To Lead Citi Cap. Intro In Europe

Aug 25 2011 | 12:41am ET

Citigroup has named Christy York head of its capital introductions effort in London.

In his new post, York will oversee capital introduction in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He joins from TRG Management, where he was head of capital raising. York previously worked in capital introduction at Deutsche Bank and also formerly served in capital-raising positions at PMA Investment Advisors and Charlemagne Capital.

"The addition of Christy York completes Citi's global capital introduction management team, which now includes Beth Neely, head of capital introductions for the Americas, and Martin Visairis, head of capital introductions and sales for Asia," Chris Greer, global head of capital introductions at Citi, said. "Citi now offers global hedge fund clients comprehensive capital introduction services, providing access to a broad range of investors through a team of highly regarded professionals."


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