People moves: Citi seeks new CRO as Hu departs, CS hires Meissner, and more

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Citi has suffered a series of blows recently

Bradford Hu is leaving his chief risk officer role at Citi. He will step down at the end of the year, according to an internal memo seen by Risk.net. Hu has spent 12 years with the firm, and also served in the role of chief risk officer for Citi’s Asia-Pacific business. Before joining Citi, he worked in a variety of roles over a 20-year career at Morgan Stanley, eventually becoming chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley Taiwan.

The news of his departure follows a series of blows for Citi

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