JP Morgan has appointed Hans Janssens as head of treasury and securities services (TSS) in Japan. Janssens, who most recently spent four years as chief financial officer (CFO) for JP Morgan in Japan, will be responsible for the financial performance of TSS Japan, running the day-to-day operations of the treasury services (TS) franchise while overseeing the worldwide securities services (WSS) business, which will continue to be headed by Fumihiko Yonezawa, head of WSS Japan.
Prior to his role as CFO, Janssens worked as an interest rates derivatives trader, and later took on risk control positions in the investment bank followed by the role of deputy chief executive officer (CFO) of a joint venture operation between JP Morgan and a Japanese insurance company. Having worked in Japan for more than 20 years, and for JP Morgan for more than 16 years, Janssens has insights and expertise in the Japanese market, the financial industry and the TS and WSS businesses.
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