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Published: 24 Oct 11
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Citi appoints Andrea Fletcher as Global Equities Client Management Head

Andrea will report to David Covin, Global Head of Investor Sales Client Strategy and Business Development.

Citi has appointed Andrea Fletcher as Global Equities Client Management Head. In this newly created role Andrea will work closely with the heads of equities and equity sales in regions to ensure Citi is delivering the full benefits of its leading equities platform to clients around the world.

Andrea is currently Hong Kong based Head of Client Management for Equities for Asia Pacific and will continue in this role. Andrea will report to David Covin, Global Head of Investor Sales Client Strategy and Business Development and David Ratliff.

In the new role Andrea will work with equities management and regional sales managers to set the strategic direction for the client franchise in equities and to help drive other global equities client initiatives.

Asia Pacific is key region for Citi globally, generating US$1.4bn in net income or close to 40% of global profit during the third quarter of 2011.



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