According to a Thursday memo from investment banking co-heads Tyler Dickson and Manuel Falco, Citigroup promoted Richard Zogheb to global head of debt capital markets. Business Insider reports that Zogheb will oversee the underwriting of investment-grade debt and leveraged finance, as well as emerging market debt. Zogheb is a 28-year veteran of the industry and is ready to run a key capital markets role as the firm's banking leadership takes shape.

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