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Citi hires Morgan Stanley private banker

Citi hires Morgan Stanley private banker

Oliver Kersh has joined Citi Private Bank from Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management.

Kersh has been recruited as a vice president in managing director Adam Proctor’s team in London. He previously worked at Morgan Stanley for 10 years as an investment adviser, specialising in the financially sophisticated segment of the market.

Before Morgan Stanley, Kersh served at HSBC Investment Bank and the Bank of New York covering institutional clients.

‘Oliver’s experience of serving large and complex private and institutional clients globally makes him an ideal fit to our team at Citi Private Bank,’ said Proctor. ‘Oliver’s knowledge of the market, as well as his established network will be an asset to the business and we are delighted to welcome him to the team.’

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