Citi hires Slator from Deutsche as business manager

Citi hires Slator from Deutsche as business manager

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Citigroup has rehired Daniel Philip Slator from Deutsche as a business manager in its Citi Global Wealth Investments Markets business.

Slator, who has had two previous stints at Citigroup, rejoined the firm in London on Monday July 11. In the new role, Slator reports to Citi Global Wealth Investments Markets global chief operating officer Anthony Farrow.

 A spokeswoman for Citigroup confirmed the appointment.

Slator was most recently at Deutsche where he worked on the prime stock loan desk as a front-office project manager on the migration of the German bank’s prime services division to BNP Paribasa process that completed in January this year.

Deutsche Bank received approval in November 2019 to migrate its staff, clients and technology in its prime brokerage and electronic equities business to BNP Paribas, after agreeing in September 2019 to transfer its prime brokerage division to the French bank.

Before Deutsche, Slator was a securities finance director at Credit Benchmark for six months after leaving in mid-2020 HSBC where he worked for six years, latterly on the British bank’s Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR) programme.

He also worked at HSBC as a front office director, reporting to the bank’s equity finance prime service trading head.

Slator joined Citi for the first time in 2005 as a fixed income and derivatives analysts before leaving for Barclays where he was for one year an operations analyst before rejoining Citi in 2007 as a front office senior desk assistant, a position he held for over seven years.

Citi hired in March this year Ian Bond from Deutsche as the US bank's global head of custody technology.

Citi hired in January Rebekah Flohr as managing director, head of custody for North America. She joined from Deutsche Bank where she worked for more than five years, latterly as its head of securities services.

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