Graham spreads his wings from JP Morgan

Mark Graham, Jardine Fleming''s former head of Asian trading is leaving the newly merged investment bank to take part in the London to Sydney Centenary of Federation Air Race.

Under a new structure adopted by JP Morgan, the brandname now being used for all former Chase and Jardine Fleming businesses, Graham's position has been split between a number of different people.

Cash trading will be headed up by Mark Bamber, who is relocating to Hong Kong from Jardine Fleming London. Also from Jardine Fleming, Adam Putterill will head up sales trading execution of large institutional orders, while Renaud Biscarrat from JP Morgan will run equity derivatives trading from the bank's base in Tokyo. Futures trading, on the other hand, will be handled by John Hyde in New York, where JP Morgan maintains a centralized global trading desk.

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