Bloomberg News reports that Matas’s last day is Friday. The firm disclosed her plans in a memo from John Chirico and Richard Zogheb, co-heads of Americas capital-markets origination, a copy of which was obtained Friday by Bloomberg.
Matas became chairman of the group in January 2013, when the bank merged its U.S. leveraged-finance origination and syndication businesses. Tom Cole and John McAuley are co-heads of Citigroup’s U.S. leveraged finance business. The firm ranked eighth in U.S. leveraged loans in 2015, arranging 262 deals valued at $34.8bn, and third in high-yield bond underwriting, with 162 deals valued at $21.8bn, excluding self-led transactions, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
'Barbara has secured and executed numerous ground-breaking transactions', Zogheb and Chirico wrote in the memo.
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