Asia energy dealer of the year: Citi

During the past 18 months, Citi has assisted Asian firms coping with the precipitous drop in crude oil prices, while continuing to build its impressive capabilities in LNG

Jason Tudor - Citi
Jason Tudor, Citi

Citi has had a few good years in commodities globally, and Asia is no exception. Since the 2009 sale of US-based commodity trader Phibro, Citi has steadily rebuilt its commodities franchise, coming within touching distance of the top three global banks and winning a flurry of Energy Risk awards in the process. In the past 18 months, it has snapped up trading books from other banks that have retreated from commodities: Citi bought Deutsche Bank's oil, metals and power books in three separate

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