Robert Garcia has been appointed team leader of JPMorgan Chase’s newly named Cross-Border Products Group. Garcia’s appointment coincides with the consolidation of three teams responsible for providing international expertise to JPMorgan Chase commercial banking clients throughout the United States. The announcement was made by Jackie Kaiko, senior vice president, and is effective immediately. In this new position, Garcia will provide strategic support and direction for the growth of JPMorgan Chase’s Cross-Border Products Group. The unit will assist JPMorgan Chase’s commercial banking clients in the Southwest U.S. with the full range of their global treasury needs, including trade finance.
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