J.P. Morgan opens Bangladesh representative office

In an effort to offer more cash management, trade and liquidity products to financial institution clients, J.P. Morgan opens a representative office in Bangladesh.

J.P. Morgan announced yesterday that it is opening a Bangladesh representative office to provide financial institution clients with enhanced banking services.

For J.P. Morgan, which first began servicing its financial institution clients in Bangladesh with a US dollar demand deposit account for Pubali Bank in 1973, the new operation represents a key step in building the firm’s presence in Bangladesh. The office will provide greater access to its array of cash management, trade and liquidity products and services, with...

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