Citi has appointed Luigi de Vecchi as chairman of Continental Europe for corporate and investment banking.
De Vecchi, a respected European investment banker and strategic advisor, comes to Citi from Credit Suisse, where he was the global co-head of investment banking, a post he served in for three years. Previously, he held a number of senior positions at Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs and Kleinwort Benson in Europe, the US and Brazil. He will be based in Italy.
Raymond McGuire, global head of corporate and investment banking at Citi said: “Luigi brings a wealth of experience along with a diverse network of relationships. Continental Europe remains one of our largest growth opportunities and we look forward to leveraging Luigi’s deal experience and relationships across the region.”
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