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Morse leaves Citi

Robert Morse becomes the latest high-profile banker to resign from Citi to pursue other opportunities.
One of AsiaÆs most respected bankers, Robert Morse, resigned as CEO of CitiÆs Asia-Pacific institutional clients group ICG on Friday to ôpursue other opportunitiesö.

Morse, who had been with Citi for 23 years and did much to expand the institutional business franchise, is the latest high-profile executive to leave since Vikram Pandit was appointed chief executive of the US bank last December.

In July, Michael Klein, the chairman of ICG, departed to ôto pursue other opportunitiesö. Less than four months after Pandit took over as CEO he appointed John Havens whom he had worked with at Morgan Stanley as head of ICG. Klein was the chairman of Havens' group.

Earlier this year Morse...
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