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Chatterji to head Asia DCM for J.P. Morgan

The US investment bank creates a new Asia DCM role and moves its head of Southeast Asia corporate finance, Rohit Chatterji, to Hong Kong for the job.
 Rohit Chatterji
Rohit Chatterji

J.P. Morgan has promoted Rohit Chatterji to a newly created role as head of its Asia debt capital markets business. Chatterji, who is currently head of Southeast Asia corporate finance, will move to Hong Kong from his current base in Singapore for the new job.
 
Chatterji, who has 12 years' experience at J.P. Morgan across Asia and has been a managing director since 2006, will have primary responsibility for developing the firm's DCM business in emerging Asia. He will report to Todd Marin, head of Asia-Pacific investment banking.

Creative structuring and corporate finance-based solutions are critical components in providing attractive debt financing for our Asian clients, said Marin in a written statement....

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