Citi Private Bank names southern, western Mainland China global market manager

Seamus Yin will be responsible for leading coverage of clients in central, western, and southern China.

Citi Private Bank (CPB) has appointed Seamus Yin as global market manager for Mainland China South and West, an announcement read.

Based in Hong Kong, Yin will assume overall responsibility for leading CPB’s coverage of clients from the central, western, and southern parts of Mainland China, including the key provinces of Guangdong and Fujian.

Yin has more than 10 years of experience working with top entrepreneurs from China. He joined Citi Private Bank in 2014 and has a strong track record of serving the offshore banking needs of large entrepreneurs.

Yin has been at the forefront of developing bespoke solutions that meet the unique and sophisticated global investing, lending, and banking needs of his clients. He has also been instrumental in building effective teams of next-generation bankers, the bank said.

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