Citi APAC appoints head of sustainability & corporate transactions for BCMA group

Rapheal Mun will relocate from Singapore to London for her new role.

Citi has appointed Rapheal Mun as its head of sustainability & corporate transactions (SCT), a new role for Citi’s banking, capital markets, and advisory (BCMA) group in APAC.

In her new role, Mun is expected to lead Citi BCMA’s sustainability and ESG strategy and client engagement in the region, the press release read. She will relocate to Singapore from London.

Mun will reportedly work closely with the sector, country, and product teams to drive strategic sustainability dialogue with Citi's clients, and maximise the business opportunities generated by the global shift towards more sustainable business practices and the transition to net-zero.
Citi’s SCT team was formed in May 2020 and is co-headed by New York-based Bridget Fawcett and London-based Keith Tuffley. 

Mun reports to Jan Metzger, head of APAC BCMA with matrix reporting lines to Keith Tuffley and Amol Gupte, Citi country officer Singapore.

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