Citi rejigs loans team, renews EM focus

Citi has reshuffled its loans team line-up and promoted Ashu Khullar to co-head of loans for Europe, the Middle East and Africa with Richard Basham. They will take on responsibility for emerging market loans, while Paul Simpkin will take sole charge of the leveraged finance and high yield business.

  • 31 Mar 2010
This new structure follows some changes earlier this year within Citi’s emerging markets business across bonds and loans. Ahmet Bekce, who had overall responsibility for emerging market debt and infrastructure and energy finance, was named head of banking for the Middle East. Murat Demirel, who focused on the ...

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