07 August 2017
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

Citi appoints new equity finance trader

Citi has hired Mina Kinsey for its equity finance trading desk.

Kinsey joined the bank from EquiLend where she was vice president of sales from February 2016 to July.

Before that, Kinsey was vice president of sales at IHS Markit for just under three years.

Kinsey, who will continue to be based in London, also offers more than 10 years of experience working within collateral management, tax, and sales.

Citi’s latest hire comes shortly after it secured Sabrina Wilson as global head of electronic and algorithmic trading and regional head for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) futures, clearing and collateral in late July.

Wilson joined from Deutsche Bank, where she was global head of electronic and algorithmic trading, and regional head of listed derivatives and markets clearing business for the EMEA.

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