Citi MD Tom Cribb leaves bank

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Citi banker Tom Cribb no longer works at the investment bank.

Citi dealmaker Tom Cribb has left the investment bank.  Photo: Reuters

Street Talk understands Cribb, who was a managing director in Citi’s investment banking division, left his position at the bank on Tuesday.

News of his departure comes three weeks since Cribb avoided a potential jail sentence, after injuring an Australian Federal Police officer during his arrest for a mid-flight meltdown this year.

Cribb was promoted to the managing director role in December 2018 alongside three others and had been with Citi since mid-2015.

He covered financial institutions at Citi, including clients like Afterpay, which launched an $850 million placement and share purchase plan and $250 million founder sell-down earlier this year through Citi and Goldman Sachs’ equities desks.

Prior to working at Citi, Cribb served stints at Goldman Sachs, KKR and Deutsche Bank.

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