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(L-R) Mimi Tse, Kathy Cheung, and Ben Ngai (Photo from Citi|)

Citi names new execs for 3 divisions

The new senior hires will take over their posts immediately.

Citi has hired new leaders for its banking, capital markets and advisory divisions in Hong Kong.

The appointees were Ben Ngai (Hong Kong Head of Investment Banking), Mimi Tse (Hong Kong Head of Corporates and Public Sector Coverage), and Kathy Cheung (Director, Hong Kong Corporate).

Ngai already worked with Citibank back in 2004. During his stay with Citi, he was promoted to director of the Financial Entrepreneurs Group. 

He then joined Credit Suisse as its co-head of Financial Sponsor Coverage, Investment Banking, and then Standard Chartered as managing director in Corporate, Commercial & Institutional Banking.

Tse and Cheung, meanwhile, were from HSBC Hong Kong.

In HSBC Hong Kong, Tse was a senior coverage banker and team head in the Corporate Banking department, whilst Cheung served as Director, Corporate and Leveraged Acquisition Finance Credit.

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