He will report to Jyrki Rauhio, Citi Private Bank’s South Asia head, and will continue to be based in Singapore.
Citi Private Bank has appointed Adam Proctor as global market manager for Singapore, Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately.
Proctor has more than 17 years of experience in the private banking business, and was most recently the head of managed investments and advisory for Asia Pacific, reporting to Roger Bacon, head of investments for Asia Pacific, and David Bailin, global head of managed investments. He joined Citi Private Bank in 2008 as a private banker and was appointed the UK banker team leader for ultra high net worth clients in 2012.
Prior to moving to Asia, Proctor served as a senior private banker in London and head of the Global Client Program, where he implemented significant improvements to the performance and profile of this important initiative, and almost tripled the participation by both bankers and clients in the last two years. Before joining Citi, he was with Barclays Private Bank in London and Bristol.
In December 2017, Citi announced a new organizational structure with the appointments of Jyrki Rauhio as South Asia head and Rudolf Hitsch as North Asia head, bringing new value and synergy to the business. As part of the new structure, global market managers will be appointed in key markets, aligning the bank better with clients in each market.
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