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JP Morgan reassigns banking roles across Asia.

Global Banking News-April 21, 2015--JP Morgan reassigns banking roles across Asia

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Global Banking News - 21 April 2015

JP Morgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) has said that it has reassigned banking roles across Asia.

The bank has given broader roles to a handful of veteran bankers. The bank named Carl Chien and David Li as co-heads of Greater China banking and they will perform the roles in addition to responsibilities as senior country officers.

Rohit Chatterji, formerly the bank's head of mergers and acquisitions for Asia excluding Japan, will become head of banking for Southeast Asia and Singapore.

The responsibilities of deal makers Brian Gu and John Hall have been expanded and they will jointly oversee Asia-Pacific mergers and acquisitions.

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Date:Apr 21, 2015
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