Huang joins JP Morgan as China IB head

Houston Huang will join JP Morgan later this year as head of global investment banking for China from Goldman Sachs.

Houston Huang Guobin will join JP Morgan later this year as head of global investment banking for China from Goldman Sachs, according to a memo seen by FinanceAsia on Tuesday. 

Huang is known as a rainmaker in banking circles and has worked on some landmark IPOs of late such as China Railway Signal Communication’s $1.42 billion listing in Hong Kong where Goldman was a joint book runner.

Huang will report to David Li, chairman and CEO for China and co-head of banking for Greater China. 

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