Citi names new APAC Head of Markets

She has been with Citi for 15 years.

Citi has appointed Julia Raiskin as the new Asia Pacific Head of Markets, replacing Stuart Staley as he takes on a new position as the Co-Head of Global Foreign Exchange.

Raiskin will also be joining the APAC Executive Committee and will report to Peter Babej, APAC CEO, and Carey Lathrop and Andrew John Morton, Global Co-Heads of Markets.

In her new role, Raiskin will be responsible for developing and implementing new strategies to improve product delivery to clients, lead senior regulatory relationships, and maintain strong risk management discipline and culture across the region.

Based in Singapore, Raiskin was most recently APAC Head of Equities, where she led the business to significant gains in revenues and in market share. She joined Citi in 2007 and has held various APAC roles such as Head of Investor Sales & Relationship Management, Head of G10 Rates Sales, and Head of Fixed Income Retail Structured Product.

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