JP Morgan Treasury Services has appointed Mark Wuscher as Asia-Pacific segment head for corporates. Based in Hong Kong, Wuscher will have oversight of the sales, product management and client service organisations, covering JP Morgan’s multinational and local corporate clients.
Wuscher has previously held senior positions in transaction banking, including corporate sales and trade product management roles in Seoul, Taipei and New York.
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