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Citi appoints head of natural resources & clean energy transition in Asia

William Pang will work with other NRCET leaders globally.

Citi has appointed William Pang as head of natural resources and clean energy transition (NRCET) investment banking, Asia.
 
Citi first established NRCET globally in March 2021 with the aim of supporting corporate clients with their transition to cleaner energy. 

In his new role, Pang will work closely with the global leaders of NRCET and the leaders of the relevant sectors – Chemicals, Energy, Power and Clean Energy Transition. 

Pang first joined Citi in 2015, and has over 18 years of investment banking and legal experience. He is currently head of Power and Infrastructure Investment Banking for Asia, and will continue to lead the infrastructure investment banking in Asia. 

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