Steve Groppi has been appointed Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Regional Executive at JPMorgan Treasury Services. In addition to his role as Regional Executive for EMEA, Groppi will maintain his position as Regional Executive for the Asia Pacific region. With more than 25 years experience in the payment and treasury management business, Groppi will effectively be responsible for sales, product management, marketing, technology and operations for both regions. Earlier this year Groppi’s predecessor as Regional Executive for EMEA, Steve Wilder, was named Head of Western Hemisphere and Latin American Sales for the Large Corporate and Financial Institution market, as well as head of a new group responsible for Global Client Care.
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