The head of corporate banking for Australia and New Zealand at Citi is moving to a new role.
Citi has announced the appointment of Stella Choe as the head of its Global Subsidiaries Group (GSG) for Asia-Pacific.
Ms Choe joined Citi in 2014 as head of the financial institutions group, corporate banking, Australia and New Zealand before her most recent role as head of corporate banking for Australia and New Zealand.
She will replace Munir Nanji, who has moved to the new role of head of the Central Europe cluster and Citi country officer (CCO) for Czech Republic.
Prior to Citi, Ms Choe worked in regional acquisition finance and funds coverage at HSBC Hong Kong, headed the EMEA leveraged and acquisition finance syndication division at Morgan Stanley and began her career originating high yield transactions at JP Morgan in New York.
In her new role, Ms Choe will report to Marc Merlino, global head of GSG based in New York, and Kaleem Rizvi, Asia-Pacific head of corporate banking, who said in a note to GSG employees that she would bring a wealth of experience to the role.
Before beginning her banking career, Ms Choe worked at a number of international organisations, including the International Labour Organisation, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and the International Organisation for Migration in Brussels.
She is an active mentor for Women in Banking and Finance and for the American Chamber of Commerce and is involved with the 30% Club in Australia.
Citi said that a search for a new head of corporate banking for Citi Australia and NZ was currently underway.
Jon Bragg is a journalist for Momentum Media's Investor Daily, nestegg and ifa. He enjoys writing about a wide variety of financial topics and issues and exploring the many implications they have on all aspects of life.
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