Jeremy Amias, previously Citi’s head of fixed-income, currencies and commodities for the Asia-Pacific region, is joining Hong Kong-based Noble group.
After 23 years at Citi, he moves to the trading company to take up the position of chief operating officer for finance.
A replacement has yet to be named at Citi, but once one has been appointed Amias will officially take up his role at Noble. In his new position he will be managing Noble’s corporate finance activities, as well as capital markets, treasury, structured finance, accounts and financial controls including risk management.
Before relocating to Hong Kong for Citi, he has also worked for the bank in London and New York. He started his career at Salomon Brothers, one of Citigroup’s predecessor companies.