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Citi names Bryan Murphy as Asia Pacific head of intermediaries client coverage

He will be based in Hong Kong.

In a release, Citi announced that it has appointed Bryan Murphy as Asia Pacific Head of Intermediaries Client Coverage for its Direct Custody and Clearing (DCC) business. He will be based in Hong Kong and will be responsible for the sales origination and relationship management for DCC clients in the region. He will report locally to Jeff Williams, Asia Pacific DCC Head, and globally to Marcus Austin, Global Head of Intermediaries, DCC at Citi.

“We are very pleased to announce this key regional appointment. Bryan's extensive industry experience in both product and relationship management will be a driver in leading the regional expansion and strategic reach of our coverage model, as we further develop DCC’s leading global network for the benefit of our Asia client base,” said Jeff Williams, Asia Pacific DCC Head.

Prior to this role, Murphy was based in Bangkok where he served as Securities Services Head for the ASEAN (ex Singapore) cluster for the past two and a half years. He has also had intermediaries coverage roles in both Asia and EMEA for Citi, and had also held various coverage end product roles for both Bank of New York Mellon and Deutsche prior to joining Citi.

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