J.P. Morgan has named veteran transaction and corporate banker David Koh Head of Treasury & Securities Services, China and Head of Treasury Services, Greater China, as the firm continues to deepen its focus on its clients and further execute its aggressive international growth agenda.
Tasked with building on J.P. Morgan’s 90-year heritage in China, Koh’s role as Head of Treasury & Securities Services, China involves overseeing delivery of client service, sales, product and operations across J.P. Morgan’s Treasury Service and Worldwide Securities Services businesses. In his additional capacity as Head of Treasury Services, Greater China, Koh will support the firm’s global, regional and large domestic clients in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan as they sharpen their focus on identifying and executing business opportunities across these three locations.
Reporting regionally to Tom DuCharme, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, J.P. Morgan Treasury & Securities Services and in-country to Zili Shao, Senior Country Officer, China, J.P. Morgan, Koh will be based in Beijing. Koh brings to the role close to 20 years’ global and regional experience in transaction and corporate banking. He joins following a 4 year tenure at Deutsche Bank, where he was most recently Head of Global Transaction Banking for China and Head of Trade Finance, Cash Management, Corporates for Greater China. Prior to his role at Deutsche Bank, Koh spent almost 15 years at HSBC in a variety of management roles in the US, the UK, the Middle East, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.