JP Morgan Treasury Services (JPM TS) has made four new hires to its London operation. Tim Decker has joined as vice president, focusing on responses to changes in technology and standards. He will be a member of the global clearing product management team in EMEA, and joins from Citigroup, where he was business delivery manager for its file delivery platform.
Andrew Harding has become a corporate liquidity specialist to create and implement liquidity and investments business strategy for the EMEA corporate market. He has been with JPM TS for five years, most recently with the corporate sales team, and now reports to St John Potter.
Rod Stapels joins to assist in the development of JPM TS’s Financial Service Provider and to add to the broad skill base of the team, the company says. He reports to Anne Collard, and was previously a senior manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ treasury consulting team.
Mojgan Faratin joins as a vice president in trade, responsible for trade services and finance sales developments for France, Benelux, Ireland and the UK. He reports to Asif Rasa, who recently moved to London from the US to head up the global network trade team. Faratin also joins from Citigroup, where he has 13 years experience in business management and product development in cash management, securities and trade.
A spokesperson for the bank says that there are no plans for further hires in the near term.