Reflecting a trend by global wealth-management firms to bring senior staff to
He replaces Jennifer Tay, who will remain in
The new role has been established to put a greater focus on managed-investment sales in the region, says Debashish Dutta Gupta, Citi’s Asia-Pacific head of investments for the wealth-management business.
Tay has been with Citi PB since 1997. Prior to her current role, she was a portfolio counsellor focusing on the Indonesian market and head of discretionary products management for the private bank for Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Before joining the private bank, she had been with Citi’s global corporate and institutional bank since 1994. She has also worked for Standard Chartered and OCBC.
Abrol has worked at Citi Private Bank for six years, most recently as head of the investment advisory and sales (IAS) business in
The IAS team provides asset-allocation advice to clients across asset classes including equities, fixed income, currencies and commodities. It also provides capital-markets services, and services using external managers in long-only equities and fixed income, hedge funds and private equity.