JP Morgan has appointed Tim Throsby as global head of equity derivatives and regional head of equities for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). He will report to Carlos Hernandez, global head of equities.
Throsby was most recently a partner at Citadel, where he ran the firm’s Asia and Japan businesses. Before that, he spent three years at Lehman Brothers, where he was head of Asia equities before becoming global head of equity derivatives, convertibles and risk arbitrage. Earlier in his career, he spent eight years at Goldman Sachs, where he was head of equity derivatives for Asia.
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