Troy Rohrbaugh, the global head of foreign exchange at JP Morgan, has been promoted to become the bank’s global head of FX and rates, a spokesperson confirms.
Rohrbaugh will relocate from London to New York to take on the new role. He will continue to report to Daniel Pinto, global head of fixed income and chief executive for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Chris Willcox, currently the global head of rates in London, will be joining JP Morgan’s asset management division as global head of fixed income and currency.
Rohrbaugh joined JP Morgan in 2005 as a managing director from Goldman Sachs where he was responsible for the North American FX options business. Since then he has overseen the development and expansion of JP Morgan’s electronic FX trading platform.
Willcox joined the company in 2006 from Citi, where he worked for 15 years from 1991 to 2006 in various roles including Asia Pacific head of global rates and currencies.