“The Senior Country Officer role at J.P. Morgan is crucial to setting the tone for our daily operations in each location. Each of these appointments will help to energize our staff and strengthen our local governance,” said Emilio Saracho, deputy CEO of EMEA for J.P. Morgan.
Across Germany, Austria and Switzerland, J.P. Morgan has operations in Asset Management, Commercial Banking, Investment Banking, Private Banking, Markets and Treasury Services. The firm, which has offices in Frankfurt, Geneva, Vienna (Asset Management) and Zurich, holds leading positions across the entire region in each business line, and it has been in the region since 1928 when Chase National Bank opened a representative office in Berlin. In 1960, the firm obtained an unrestricted license to offer all the banking services of a universal bank throughout the Federal Republic of Germany. It opened its first representative office in Geneva in 1964.
All moves are subject to standard local regulatory approvals.
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