Rob Thomas retires from Citigroup

The chairman of GCIB for Australia and New Zealand leaves after 18 years with the bank.

Rob Thomas is to retire from his post as chairman of Citigroup's corporate and investment bank in Australia and New Zealand after 18 years with the bank and its predecessor businesses. His last day in the office will be 30 September.

In retirement, Thomas will maintain his interests in a number of projects, including a new role as vice chairman of Benitec, a world-renowned gene silencing group. He will also act as a consultant to Citigroup and represent the organization in a number of its community initiatives including VisAsia and the Australian Indigenous Leadership Program.

Thomas' long banking career included many years with Potter Partners and...

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