Citi hires new head of equity syndicate

Rupert Mitchell rejoins Citi after a stint at Jefferies to fill the gap after Leslie Holland who left the bank in June.

Rupert Mitchell, a former Citi banker, is about to rejoin the firm as its new head of equity syndicate for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan, according to an internal announcement. He will replace Leslie Holland, who left Citi and the investment banking industry in early June to move to New Zealand with his family.

Mitchell, who is joining as a managing director, has more than 16 years of equity capital markets experience and some years ago spent five years in Hong Kong focusing on equity-linked origination for Asian issuers, first at ING Barings and then from 2000 at Citi. He left Hong Kong in mid-2003 to join Citi’s capital markets origination team in London. In November 2007 he...

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