Citi Hungary appoints new CEO

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Kevin A. Murray was appointed the new CEO of the Hungarian division of Citibank, as well as the head of Citi in the region, which includes Hungary, the Balkans and the Baltic States, online news portal inforadio reported yesterday. 

During its 30 years of operation Citi Hungary has been a forerunner in innovation and the team here has built a strong business, Murray was quoted as saying in a statement. Murray had previously headed Citiʼs Western and Central Africa region and was CEO of Citi Ivory Coast and Citi Senegal.

He joined Citi in 1987 and worked mainly in corporate and investment banking as well as in the private banking divisions, risk management and internal control. Murrayʼs appointment is effective March 1 and he will be succeeding Aftab Ahmed, who is moving to another position within the firm.

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