J.P. Morgan hires corporate banker Michael Paulus from HSBC

Paulus named head of public sector coverage, part of the New York bank’s efforts to diversify in Asia.

J.P. Morgan hires corporate banker Michael Paulus from HSBC

J.P. Morgan has named Michael Paulus as head of public sector coverage of clients such as national governments, central banks and sovereign wealth funds, across the Asia-Pacific region.

The US citizen joins from HSBC and will be based in Hong Kong. He will report to Daniel Zelikow, global head of J.P. Morgan’s public sector coverage efforts, and to Muhammad Aurangzeb, head of the global corporate bank in the Asia-Pacific region.

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