JP Morgan has appointed a number of senior staff to its treasury services division in Asia Pacific.
Adrian Godfrey joins the bank’s treasury services as head of client service and implementation management Asia Pacific. Godfrey has been with JP Morgan for almost 25 years.
Also based in Singapore is new hire Hendra Lembong, who has joined the bank as head of cash management Asia Pacific, covering the firm’s core cash and liquidity management businesses.
Lembong has worked at some of the biggest banks in the business, including Citi and Deutsche Bank.
Both men will report regionally to the treasury services chief executive officer for Asia Pacific Thomas DuCharme, and Lembong will report globally to Linda McLaughlin-Moore, who has taken on a new role as head of international cash management based in New York.
Finally, Margaret Yao has been named regional sales executive, Asia Pacific. Yao will be based in Hong Kong.
“I am delighted to have Margaret, Hendra and Adrian join my Asia Pacific management team,” says Ducharme.
“Each brings to the table a tremendous depth of experience, and each is a proven performer who understands what our clients are looking for as their businesses grow. With clear accountability across our product, sales and country teams, we can better synchronise our market leading capabilities with the services that we offer our clients.”