Citi Cap Intro Chief Greer Out

Sep 24 2013 | 9:40am ET

Citigroup's head of capital introductions has left the bank.

Christopher Greer is set to join a family office in Greenwich, Conn., Absolute Return magazine reports. His exit comes as Citi CEO Michael Corbat pushes to expand the bank's prime-brokerage business.

Citi has not yet named a Greer's successor as global head of capital introductions.

Prior to joining Citi in 2008, Greer worked at hedge funds Forest Investment Management and Stark Investments.


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