Citi Hires Forester Vet Tenney For Prime Brokerage Unit

Aug 13 2013 | 9:45am ET

Citi has tapped David H. Tenney as managing director and regional head of sales for the Americas in its prime brokerage unit.

Tenney, with more than 23 years of senior management and sales experience, comes to Citi from Forester Capital where he was managing director and head of client relations. Prior to that, he was a managing director at Russell Investments leading its alternative investments business including hedge funds, real estate, commodities, infrastructure and private equity. He also spent 21 years at Goldman Sachs, holding a variety of management roles across the firm’s securities and investment research divisions.

In his new role at Citi, Tenney will manage the firm’s hedge fund sales efforts across prime brokerage, securities lending and Delta One from his base in New York, reporting to Alan Pace, global head of sales and client experience, David Murphy, head of prime finance for the Americas and John Gallo, head of North American sales.

Last month, Citi announced the hire of Matthew Clark as a managing director, global head of client solutions for its prime brokerage business. 


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