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Citi Private Bank Adds To Forex, London Teams

Tom Burroughes, Group Editor, London, 5 July 2012

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Citi Private Bank has recently appointed Pierre de Wolff as an associate vice president of the bank’s Zurich-based foreign exchange team, reporting to Attila Oezel.

Previously, de Wolff worked at BNP FX Bank Sales, where he covered institutional and corporate clients on forex trading and structuring. In his new role he will work as an FX counsellor in Zurich, but will work closely with the Geneva and London desks.

Meanwhile, the US bank said it has also appointed Madeline Seddon to its London law firm group. She previously worked at the professional services group at Coutts.

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