Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy, has left Citi according to market sources.
Rafiki Capital Management has announced that Dr. Steven Englander has joined the firm in Hong Kong today as the head of research and strategy.
Englander left Citi in March where he was global head of G10 FX strategy and Rafiki says he will use his years of experience analysing central bank decisions and geopolitical uncertainties to develop specialised research and unique trading strategies for the firm.
Rafiki, founded by Charles Firth and Lucas Kiely, former managing directors at Credit Suisse, focuses on expressing global macro views from an Asian perspective.
Steven Englander has left his role as head of research and strategy at Rafiki Capital Management.
Englander had been with Rafiki, an investment advisor based in Hong Kong that specialises in global macro strategy, since June 2017.
Prior to that he spent seven years at Citi, where he was head of G10 FX strategy in the bank’s New York office.
Englander has also worked as the chief FX strategist for the Americas at Barclays Capital and spent eight years with Citibank/Salomon Smith Barney, where he was global currency economist based in London.