Changes at JPMorgan Private Bank

Shuffle sends Martyn Goossen to from Singapore to Tokyo, while Kwang Kam Shing is promoted.

Martyn Goossen, long a fixture on the Asian private banking scene, will depart the Singapore-based role of managing director and head of its private banking business in Southeast Asia to take a role in Japan. Goossen will lead the effort to open a wealth management unit for JPMorgan Private Bank in Japan, bringing more than 17 years with JPMorgan Private Bank and extensive Asian experience to the new role.

In Singapore, he will be replaced by Kwang Kam Shing, presently managing director and head of investments within the private bank. She first joined JPMorgan in Singapore eight years ago and brings around 15 years of experience in the financial industry in Singapore and Hong Kong to her new post.

Under the shuffle, JPMorgan will continue using Singapore as the base for managing client relationships for clients from Southeast Asia.

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