JP Morgan has appointed Kamoltas Nalinthrangkurn as head of treasury services and Sunti Ninsuvannakul as head of the global corporate bank (GCB) in Thailand.
The bank said that Nalinthrangkurn will report regionally to Abdul Raof Latiff, head of treasury services for Asean and in-country to Chayotid Kridakon, senior country officer (SCO) for Thailand.
She will focus on the end-to-end client service experience, which includes rolling out in-country products, business development as well as financial performance. Prior to joining JP Morgan, Nalinthrangkurn headed the financial institutions and international business at Siam Commercial Bank. Before that, she spent eight years at Standard Chartered Bank in Thailand, where she held various roles including covering top multinational companies and financial institutions as well as leading the non-bank financial institutions team.
Ninsuvannakul will report regionally to Muhammad (Auri) Aurangzeb, chief executive officer (CEO) of the GCB in Asia-Pacific and in-country to Kridakon. Ninsuvannakul will be responsible for building out the GCB’s coverage of multinational and large local corporate, financial institution and public sector clients.
Ninsuvannakul joins the firm from Credit Agricole, where he was head of corporate banking for Thailand. Before that, he worked at Citibank, managing a portfolio of top-tier local corporate and government/state-owned enterprises. He previously worked for JP Morgan in Bangkok in corporate and investment banking covering the telecom and aviation sectors as well as state-owned enterprises, and in Hong Kong in debt capital markets, originating both local currency and international transactions.
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