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Citi names Lee Lung Nien as South Asia private bank head

His main task is to business development and client acquisition.

Citi has announced Lee Lung Nien as South Asia head of Citi Private Bank effective 1 September, according to an announcement.

Lee will be based in Singapore and will report to Steven Lo, Asia Pacific regional head of Citi Private Bank and Amol Gupte, ASEAN Head and Citi country officer for Singapore.

His primary responsibility will be to drive up business development and new client acquisition.

Lee took up his current role of CEO of Citi Malaysia in 2014 and had previously served as the co-head of Corporate Sales and Structuring for Markets and Securities Services, chief operating officer for Singapore and AML business head of Asia Pacific.
 

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