A senior executive in Citigroup’s equities unit has left the bank.
David Tenney, formerly the co-head of Investor Sales Services for the Americas, left Citi in July after four years at the firm, Tenney wrote in a post on LinkedIn.
“I want to make you aware that I have left Citi as of last month. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked there for the last 4 years, which gave me a platform to further hone my technical, leadership and management skills. Most importantly, I am grateful for the support that I received from my direct team and the broader Equities team – the success we enjoyed in growing the business was the result of a truly collaborative effort that spanned both the Prime Finance and Equities businesses.
“Those people that know me well will not be surprised to learn that I will definitely be pursuing new opportunities to begin after my 90 day garden leave. I will be looking for roles in both the sell side of the investment banking business, and the buy side, including traditional asset managers and hedge funds.”
Prior to joining Citi in 2013, Tenney worked a brief stint at Forester Capital and nearly two years Russell Investments. Before that, he worked at Goldman Sachs for 21 years, departing in 2007 as a partner running equity research and global research.
Citigroup and Tenney each declined to comment.
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