Citi’s DCM veteran Duncan Phillips has been promoted to managing director as the bank continues to shore up business in the Asia bond space.
The bank transfers a senior banker to head M&A in Asia-Pacific, partly replacing Stephen Gore who left in 2012, as M&A volumes pick up in the region.
Paul Early and Richard Satchwell replace Tim Lindley, who left the company last month.
The US bank is restructuring its China investment banking team to adapt to its new China strategy.
The veteran China dealmaker, nicknamed the grandfather of China's capital markets, may leave investment banking.
Citi has hired Arvind Vashistha as its head of equity capital markets for India from UBS.
Deutsche Bank’s Rob Rankin is leaving the bank in January to become CEO of James Packer's Consolidated Press Holdings.
Former president of Bank of America Merrill Lynch China replaces Charles Li, who resigned in August.
Veteran banker Tom Welch retires as global head of equity syndicate after four years with Standard Chartered.
Jiho, who joined Barclays in 2005, will replace John Chang, who moved to Hong Kong recently to assume the role of head of equities distribution Asia-Pacific.
YK Ha, chief country officer since 2004, will be replaced by Jin-Hei Park, markets and banking head, effective immediately.
The appointment at the Chinese investment bank follows the resignation of Jin Liqun, who will join the newly established Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank.
The Swiss bank has named Helman Sitohang as its regional CEO and Eric Varvel chairman of Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Resignation of the Chinese bank's chief executive follows a spate of management departures as CICC prepares for Hong Kong listing.
Morgan Stanley names Richard Wong and James Tam as Asia co-heads of M&A, while Sam Kim is appointed regional vice-chairman of investment banking.