Citi's Asia equity syndicate head joins Goldman

Rupert Mitchell, who oversaw Citi’s Asia-Pacific equity syndicate desk, left this week to join Goldman Sachs' ECM desk.

Citi’s head of Asia-Pacific equity syndicate, Rupert Mitchell, has left the bank to join Goldman Sachs, according to sources.

It is understood that after serving out his gardening leave, which began this week, Mitchell will join Goldman Sachs’ equity capital markets team in Hong Kong.

Goldman would not confirm the move, while Citi declined to comment. Mitchell could not immediately be reached.

Steve Lam and Harish Raman, directors on Citi’s equity syndicate unit, will take over Mitchell’s responsibilities but the bank does not have any immediate plans to replace Mitchell, FinanceAsia understands.

Mitchell has nearly 20 years of equity capital...

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