Top Citi Asia Prime Brokerage Exec. Moves To London

Jul 21 2014 | 10:27am ET

The shakeup of Citigroup’s prime brokerage business continues with the transfer of its Asia sales and capital introductions chief to London.

Martin Visairas will take on a new senior post at Citi’s European capital introductions business, Reuters reports. The move follows Citi’s merger of its prime brokerage and fund services units last year.

Carl Davey will succeed Visairas as head of alternative sales in Asia, and Rob Baigrie as head of cap. intro. and business advisory.

Visairas has worked in Hong Kong for Citi since 2010, when he joined the firm from Old Mutual.


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