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Citi expanding listed derivatives and clearing businesses

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Citigroup has hired Antonio Reyes Miras as Global Head of Electronic Execution for listed derivatives, a newly created position that is part of the expansion of the bank’s listed derivatives and third-party clearing businesses.

In his new role, Reyes Miras will have global responsibility for the development and growth of Citi’s client facing electronic execution solutions on listed derivative markets around the world.
Miras previously spent 12 years at JP Morgan, where he was global head of e-trading for the bank’s prime services division.
Miras’s appointment follows that of Jerome Kemp, who joined Citi in January as head of exchange-traded derivatives sales and clearing, also a newly created role. Miras starts this month and will report to Kemp. Both are based in London.
Citi also recently hired Michael Zimits, previously with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, as head of third-party clearing globally.  Zimits, based in New York, also reports to Kemp.
“Our comprehensive execution platform is coupled with a full service, global clearing platform across fixed income, equity and commodity markets,” says Kemp. “Electronic execution is an essential part of our futures offering, which includes full pre and post-trade services. With the expansion of the breadth of listed derivatives products and the increase in trading volumes, this end-to-end service is increasingly important to our clients.”
Citi’s listed derivatives offering is fully integrated under the Citi Global Prime Finance and Futures umbrella. It provides execution and clearing services to hedge funds, asset managers, banks and corporate clients.

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