Citi Prime Brokerage Trading Chief Out

Dec 6 2011 | 11:11am ET

A top Citigroup prime brokerage executive has left the firm.

Ian Maynard left the bank within in the last several weeks, Financial News reports. He is currently listed as inactive by the U.K. Financial Services Authority.

Neither Maynard nor Citi would comment on his departure. Maynard joined the bank two-and-a-half years ago as global head of trading for its prime finance division, one of a number of prominent hires Citi made for its prime brokerage at the time.

Maynard formerly worked at Nomura International as executive director of equity finance trading. He also worked for more than a decade at Lehman Brothers.


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