London
28 July 2017
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

Citi brings in Sabrina Wilson for futures, clearing and collateral


Citi has appointed Sabrina Wilson as global head of electronic and algorithmic trading and regional head for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) futures, clearing and collateral.

In her new role, Wilson will report to Jerome Kemp, the former J.P. Morgan executive, who is global head of Citi's futures, clearing and collateral business.

Wilson has 20 years of experience in futures and options, clearing, market structure, and electronic trading.

She joins from Deutsche Bank, where she was global head of electronic and algorithmic trading, and regional head of listed derivatives and markets clearing business for the EMEA. She has also worked at J.P Morgan and Goldman Sachs.

Okan Pekin, global head of prime, futures and securities services at Citi, said: “As we continue to build on the strong momentum of our franchise, we are delighted to welcome Sabrina Wilson to the team.”

“This hire further demonstrates our commitment to attracting the industry's top talent and provide clients with consistent, market-leading solutions across the full spectrum of investment services.”

Citi made three new senior hires to its custody and fund services team in the EMEA earlier this month.

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