J.P. Morgan announces new Malaysia country head

Former Barclays Capital Malaysia chief executive Steve Clayton is appointed to develop J.P. Morgan’s country franchise.

J.P. Morgan has announced the appointment of Steve Clayton as managing director and senior country officer for Malaysia. Clayton, who will remain based in Kuala Lumpur, will report to Todd Marin, J.P. Morgan’s head of investment banking in Asia-Pacific, and have a team of about 100 staff reporting to him.

Clayton will be responsible for developing the bank’s overall franchise and partnering closely with the local and regional leadership teams to ensure the consistent delivery of the bank’s global platform across all businesses to its clients. “Steve brings 24 years of broad banking experience and deep local expertise to our firm and we are delighted that he’s joining us at...

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