JP Morgan Treasury Services has made a number of new country level appointments to support the firm’s international growth strategy. Timothy Lee has assumed the position of head of TS Hong Kong.
In this new role, Lee will be responsible for overall client experience, defining and executing the firm’s strategic growth plan and generating new and incremental business by leveraging Hong Kong’s proximity to the rapidly growing China market. With more than 20 years’ experience at Citi, HSBC and Deutsche Bank, Lee will report regionally to Tom DuCharme, chief executive officer (CEO) Asia-Pacific, JP Morgan Treasury and Securities Services.
Emily Wang has been appointed to the newly created role of head of TSS Taiwan. Wang, who was chief operating officer (COO) for Taiwan from 2005, will seek to deepen the firm’s relationships with Taiwanese companies and financial institutions seeking to grow their business internationally. Wang has almost 20 years’ experience in the finance industry, having spent the last 11 years with JP Morgan. Wang will report regionally to DuCharme.
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