Citi's debt syndicate head lured to fintech

Duncan Phillips becomes latest to swap banking job for a financial technology firm.

Citi’s Asia bond syndicate head Duncan Phillips is set to take a job at fintech firm Ipreo, becoming the latest banker to swap finance for a job in the corporate sector.

Phillips, who has worked at Citi for 14 years, is taking a senior job in Ipreo’s global capital markets team, FinanceAsia understands.  He will move from Hong Kong to London to take the job, and is expected to leave Citi in the middle of October.

He is now the third high-profile Asian banker to shift to the tech sector this year. Standard Chartered’s Loh Long Hsiang joined Chinese peer-to-peer lender Dianrong in January....

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