INVESTMENT BANKING | Staff Reporter, China

J.P Morgan appoints new corporate banking head in China

J.P. Morgan has appointed Tim Huang as the head of corporate banking in China, the bank announced in a press release.

Huang will lead the overall strategy in the market, and will be based in Shanghai.

He boasts 16 years of experience in management positions in the United States and China.

““We are pleased to announce the strategic hires in our corporate banking business as we continue to intensify our focus on corporate clients in Asia Pacific. With Chinese corporates expanding their businesses at a rapid pace, we want to be able to enhance support for their ambitions and we look forward to Tim’s leadership on the front,” said Oliver Brinkmann, head of corporate banking for Asia Pacific at J.P. Morgan. 

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