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Citi names Hong Kong corporate banking head
With over 20 years of experience, Matthew Hung joins the bank from HSBC
The Asset 24 Jun 2024
Matthew Hung
Matthew Hung

Citi has appointed Matthew Hung as head of corporate banking for Hong Kong, effective August 19.  He succeeds Joy Cheng, who was appointed as head of Citi Commercial Bank for Hong Kong in February.

In his new role, Hung will drive the business performance and strategy for Citi’s corporate banking business in Hong Kong, covering top-tier local corporates, public sector organizations, financial institutions and multinational clients.

He will report to Kaleem Rizvi, head of corporate bank for Japan, North Asia and Australia; and Aveline San, Hong Kong and Macau chief executive officer and head of banking. He will also serve as a member of the Hong Kong executive committee.

Hung has over 20 years of banking experience serving Hong Kong and mainland China clients, including multinational companies.

He joins Citi from HSBC where he held several senior roles, including head of corporate coverage for Hong Kong.

Citi’s Corporate Bank leverages a worldwide network spanning over 90 markets to support the global growth and expansion ambitions of its corporate clients. In Hong Kong, the bank serves more than 1,000 clients, including over 600 multinationals and the global interests of over 150 Hong Kong local corporates.

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