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Xstrata turned to bankers including JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Ian Hannam and Deutsche Bank AG’s Nigel Robinson, while Glencore worked with Citigroup Inc. bankers including David Wormsley and Morgan Stanley’s Michel Antakly. Michael Klein, a former investment banking chairman at Citigroup, also helped broker negotiations, working as an independent adviser. Klein stepped down from Citigroup in 2008 after working for the New York-based bank since 1985.
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