Daniel Cotti has joined JPMorgan Treasury Services as global trade services executive. He will be responsible for the day-to-day management of JPMorgan’s global trade business and for setting and executing the global strategy for JPMorgan’s trade and supply chain offerings.
Cotti is a highly credentialed global trade, international cash management and banking executive with more than 30 years of financial services experience. Most recently, he headed the combined RBS/ABN Amro global trade finance business following the merger between RBS and ABN Amro Bank. At ABN Amro Bank, Cotti was head of global products for ABN Amro’s transaction banking unit, responsible for the banks worldwide trade and supply chain and global treasury and investment management businesses.
Cotti began his career at Swiss Bank Corp and served afterwards at Citibank in London and Switzerland in various product and relationship management roles.
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