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Citi Gets Brazil CIB Head

Apr 1, 2011

Citi has appointed Andre Kok as head of Brazil CIB, according to São Paulo-based sources.

Kok stepped down as head of investment banking at Itaú last August. Kok had been with Itaú for more than five years, after joining from UBS in 2005. He had been rumored to be considering a return to the Swiss bank. Citi declines comment.

Elsewhere in Brazil, Itaú’s investment platform was strengthened with the arrival of Roderick Greenlees from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML). He was expected to start late February as a sector head in IBD, says a senior Itaú source. Greenlees joined BAML in March 2008 from UBS, where he was head of Brazil M&A.

He left BAML in December 2010 and was replaced by Hamilton Agle at that time. Agle will cover the infrastructure sector at his new employer. He was formerly at AG Angra Partners, a dedicated infrastructure private equity group in Brazil. He reports directly...

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