Citi appoints Steve Yang as head of Greater China credit sales

With the liberalisation of the renminbi underway, Citi is betting that Greater China credit will be a growth area.
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Citi has appointed Steve Yang as head of Greater China credit sales as it continues to build its Asia-Pacific market business, which covers primary underwriting and secondary sales and trading across credit, equity, forex and derivatives.

In this newly created position, Yang will be based in Hong Kong, and according to an internal memo announcing the appointment, he will work closely with Esther Feng, head of Taiwan investor sales, and Yang Ji, head of China investor sales. Yang will report to So-Yon Sohn, head of Credit Sales for Asia-Pacific.

“The appointment reflects the significant credit opportunities Citi sees in the Greater China region with strong client flows...

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