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Citi names Keith Lee as Hong Kong high net worth market manager

He has 25 years of experience in the financial industry.

Citi Private Bank has appointed Keith Lee as managing director and Hong Kong high net worth market manager.

Citi has identified the high net worth or HNW segment as a high growing segment. Lee has been tasked with growing the bank’s business in this field by expanding staffing of its Hong Kong HNW Banker team, as well as overseeing the expansion and management of the segment.

Lee has worked in the financial industry for over 25 years. He spent 16 years with UBS AG.

He has also worked in the Bank of China, Citibank, ABN Amro Private Bank, and Standard Bank.

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