Citi Private Bank Expands New York Metro Team

Citi Private Bank announced today that Nicole Nunag has joined as a Managing Director and Team Lead for the Metro NY Region. Ms. Nunag will be based in New York and report to Ida Liu, Managing Director, Global Market Manager- Metro NY. In this capacity Ms. Nunag will be responsible for managing and directing development efforts to expand Citi Private Bank business throughout the NY Metro Region. She will oversee day-to-day client relationships and manage the execution of strategic product development, marketing and sales plans to direct the business' growth in the region. "Nicole has over 17 years of experience servicing the needs of ultra-high net worth individuals in the New York metro area. We continue to attract high caliber talent as we build out our team locally. Nicole's appointment underscores this, in addition to our steadfast commitment to provide best in class service to our clients," said Ms. Liu.

Ms. Nunag joins Citi from J.P. Morgan Private Bank where she previously served as Managing Director and Senior Banker, responsible for developing comprehensive wealth management strategies for ultra-high net worth families, senior executives, real estate entrepreneurs, private companies, foundations and endowments. She led a team of professionals who advised clients on asset allocation, investment portfolio construction, capital and liquidity strategies and estate planning solutions. Prior to her role at J.P. Morgan Ms. Nunag worked for more than eight years in New York commercial real estate and hotel marketing and development. Ms. Nunag holds an M.B.A. from New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a B.A. from Hofstra University.

"Citi Private Bank is among one of the best capitalized businesses in the wealth management industry. The open architecture investment platform, innovative financial solutions and global scale are some of the key drivers behind Citi's success and I am excited to be able to leverage these for my clients," said Ms. Nunag

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