Citi loses head of equity syndicate

Leslie Holland hands in his resignation after 11 years with Citi to pursue other interests outside the investment banking industry.

Leslie Holland, Citi's head of equity syndicate for Asia, has resigned from the firm and is planning to leave the investment banking industry, according to sources citing an internal announcement. The move follows leadership changes at the Asian syndicate desks of several major investment banks in the past six months and could possibly prompt another round of hires and job switches.

Holland, who has been with Citi for more than 11 years, is not going to a rival, however. According to one source, he is looking for a change of pace and is moving to New Zealand with his family. He will continue to work at Citi until early June.

It was unclear whether Holland's...

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