JP Morgan continues to expand its Asean treasury team with the appointment of David Koh as head of treasury and securities services for China and Greater China.

Koh will oversee the delivery of client service, sales, products and operations across the bank’s treasury service and worldwide securities services businesses.

He will also support JP Morgan’s global, regional and large domestic clients in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Based in Beijing, Koh will report regionally to Tom DuCharme, the bank’s CEO of treasury and securities services for Asia Pacific, and in-country to Zili Shao, senior country officer, China.

With nearly 20 years of experience in transaction and corporate banking, Koh joins JP Morgan from Deutsche Bank where he was most recently head of global transaction banking for China and head of trade finance, cash management and corporates for Greater China.

Before that, he spent almost 15 years at HSBC in a variety of management roles in the US, UK, the Middle East, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

“After opening our doors for business in China 90 years ago, the extended Greater China region has become an important cornerstone of JP Morgan’s international business and a core growth area for our global, regional and large domestic clients,” says DuCharme.

Additionally, JP Morgan has also recently appointed David Lin as head of liquidity for Asia Pacific in its treasury and securities services.