J.P. Morgan promotes senior fixed income bankers

Sudhir Goel and Pranav Thakur get a leg up at J.P. Morgan as the US investment bank makes some changes to key positions in its fixed income division in Asia.

J.P. Morgan has promoted Sudhir Goel and Pranav Thakur, two of its senior Hong Kong-based fixed income bankers.

James Kenny and Tarun Mahrotri, who co-head fixed income for global emerging markets Gem, have appointed Goel as head of fixed income sales and structuring for Asia ex-Japan. Simon Derrick, who heads investor sales, and Brad Follett, who heads structuring, will report to Goel.


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