EMEA - JPMorgan Treasury Services has hired Steve Groppi as regional executive for Europe, Middle East and Africa in a bid to develop business and initiatives in the region.
Groppi will maintain his position as regional executive for Asia- Pacific.
He will now oversee sales, product management, marketing, technology and operations for both regions.
Groppi will report to Lori Hricik, treasury services global executive.
Walter Gubert, global chairman of the investment bank at JPMorgan and the firm's senior executive in EMEA, said: Payment and treasury management is an important component of the broad solutions we offer clients, especially in Europe where the universal banking model is vital to success.”
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