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JP Morgan names Kiat Seng Lim head of financial institutions sales for Asia Pacific

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JP Morgan Treasury Services has appointed Kiat Seng Lim as head of financial institutions (FI) sales for Asia Pacific.



Lim (pictured) will lead the firm’s FI client and sales strategy across both the bank and non-bank financial institution sectors for cash management and trade finance across 14 markets in Asia Pacific.

Prior to joining JP Morgan, Lim spent 12 years in global transaction banking with Deutsche Bank, most recently as co-head of cash management, financial institutions, Asia Pacific, with co-responsibility for financial institutions cash management sales in the region.

Prior to Deutsche Bank, he held a variety of managerial roles spanning both cash management and trade finance in Singapore, including Banco do Brasil, Union Bank of California, Royal Bank of Canada and OCBC Bank.

Lim will be based in Singapore, and will report to Margaret Yao, regional sales executive, JP Morgan Treasury Services.

Yao says: “We are delighted to welcome Kiat to the team. Kiat’s client focus and proven ability is well recognised in the industry, and I am confident that he will lead our financial institutions franchise to new heights and bring the very best solutions to clients here in Asia Pacific.”

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