The new bankers had worked at HSBC, Barclays, Standard Chartered and Kleinwort Hambros, among others.
Citi Private Bank has brought in four private bankers to join its UK team.
It has appointed Helen Gammons, formerly from HSBC Private Bank; Sehr Askari, formerly of Standard Chartered Private Bank; Nadia Kribi, previously at Kleinwort Hambros, and Neil Hutchison, who previously worked at Barclays Wealth Management.
Gammons worked at HSBC Private Bank for almost seven years, including over four years in the media and entertainment group. Prior to that she was based in Monaco. Before HSBC, she worked at Lloyds in a number of roles including relationship management in Geneva and Gibraltar.
Askari was responsible for marketing a multi-asset platform of products and services to global South Asian and European HNW and UHNW clients at Standard Chartered. She started her career at State Street Bank in fixed income rates sales, covering UK real money institutions and central banks within the EMEA region.
Kribi worked at Kleinwort Hambros for 17 years. She served some of the bank’s most high profile clients, most recently working as deputy team leader of the key client segment (UHNW). Kribi started her career at Merrill Lynch in 2000.
Hutchison worked with UHNW clients at Barclays. Before that, he worked with HSBC in Jersey, Hong Kong and London.