Citi hires Gary Kuo for regional global banking role

Kuo leaves Barclays Capital after less than a year to become vice-chairman of Asia global banking at Citi.

Gary Kuo, Barclays Capital’s co-head of investment banking for Greater China, has left after less than a year with the firm to join Citi. Kuo will take up a position as vice-chairman of Asia global banking, a significantly bigger remit than the one he had at Barclays.

Before he joined the UK bank, Kuo worked for about nine years at Morgan Stanley in Taiwan, initially as head of investment banking and from 2006 also as country head for Taiwan. He was well regarded within the investment banking community in Taiwan for his work on high-profile MA and capital markets deals, and played a big role in making Morgan Stanley...

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