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Citi's metals and mining head calls it quits

Alexander Molyneux leaves the US bank to pursue a career with Canadian coal exploration and development firm SouthGobi Energy Resources.

Alexander Molyneux, who headed Citi's metals and mining business in the region, is to join Vancouver-based SouthGobi Energy Resources as president. The appointment is effective from April 27, 2009, and Molyneux will continue to be based in Hong Kong. He will be responsible for business and corporate development initiatives.

Molyneux is a career banker with more than a decade's experience in the industry. He was a managing director at Citi with responsibility for metals and mining investment banking for the Asia-Pacific region, reporting to Mark Renton, Citi's head of investment banking. Molyneux joined Citi in 2007 from UBS, where he was an executive director in investment banking. Before UBS, Molyneux spent five...

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