Citi managing director exits in Singapore

Adam Gilmour leaves the bank after 20 years

A man running for the exit

Adam Gilmour, managing director and head of corporate sales for Asia-Pacific at Citi, has left the bank.

Based in Singapore, he worked at the US firm for 20 years, reporting most recently to Nadir Mahmud, global head of FX and local markets in London. 

Gilmour confirmed his departure to FX Week, saying he is setting up his own company in space tourism and technology.

His departure comes soon after Citi's reorganisation of its corporate FX sales team in London and New York in May.

Jodi Schenck

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