Zink to become Citi's new boss in Singapore

Citi appoints 22-year bank veteran Michael Zink to head its Singapore office.
Michael Zink
Michael Zink

Citi is about to get a new country head for Singapore, the US bank said yesterday. Michael Zink, a 22-year Citi veteran, will take up the position on May 1, filling the gap left by Jonathan Larsen's promotion to Asia-Pacific head for consumer banking and global cards in October 2009.

In addition to country head, Zink's job as country officer will give him responsibility for Citi's institutional clients group, consumer banking and global cards, and global wealth management businesses in Singapore.

Zink will report to Shirish Apte, chief executive officer for Citi Asia-Pacific, who emphasised in a press release yesterday that Singapore is a regional hub for the bank's operations and technology and treasury...

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