Citi Private Bank has lost its director and portfolio manager of multi-asset class portfolios.
Helen Zhang is on gardening leave and will officially exit the firm next month after almost nine years.
In her role, she was in charge of managing discretionary, multi-asset portfolios for onshore and offshore ultra-high-net worth clients.
She specialized in multi-asset portfolio construction, portfolio management, investment due diligence and wealth management among other things.
She joined Citi in 2008, where she began as director of its North American Investments Lab, before being named for her latest role in 2012.
Before joining Citi, she was a director at UBS Wealth Management for two years, where she managed discretionary and non-discretionary investment models.
A spokeswoman for Citi declined to comment.
In February, Citi Private Bank's Jeffrey Mekulski left the firm a little over a year after joining its equity fund selection team.
Mekulski worked under Aimei Zhong, the group’s global head of third party equity manager research, and was responsible for evaluating and recommending both 40 Act funds and Ucits.