Citigroup Inc. is shaking up the leadership in its private banking law firm group in a move that will put more emphasis on advisory services.

Citi on Wednesday said that Naz Vahid, previously tasked with overseeing services to law firms on the East Coast and in London, would take over as head of the group as a whole. She replaces Lester Pataki, who left Citi in March to become chairman of JPMorgan Chase‘s rival law firm banking operation.

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