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28 Oct 2021

Citigroup Names Quek, Nimtz Heads of Southeast Asia Dealmaking

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The Global Investment Bank, Citigroup Inc. appointed Jonathan Quek and Matthew Nimtz as co-heads of banking capital markets and advisory to oversee the Southeast Asian region.

These two, who were based in Singapore, will replace David Biller who will become the co-head of industrials investment banking to oversee the Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Asia and Japan, according to an internal memo that was seen by Bloomberg. A representative for the bank confirmed its contents.
According also to the internal memo, Quek and Nimtz will report to Jan Metzger, the Asia-Pacific head of Citigroup’s banking capital markets and advisory, and Amol Gupte, who runs the bank’s Southeast Asian operations.
Metzger said in the document, “We are running at record levels for capital raising and advisory for clients across ASEAN.” “This is a mix of balance sheet strengthening and financing to support growth,” he added.

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