J.P. Morgan moves Rohit Chatterji to India to lead investment banking

Rohit Chatterji, who currently heads debt capital markets in Asia for J.P. Morgan, is promoted to head of investment banking for India.
Rohit Chatterji
Rohit Chatterji

Rohit Chatterji is moving to Mumbai to become head of investment banking for India at J.P. Morgan -- a position that was left vacant when Vedika Bhandarkar resigned recently.

Bhandarkar, who had been head of investment banking for India since 1998, is moving to Credit Suisse in Mumbai to take up a position as vice-chairman and head of investment banking.

Chatterji is moving barely a year after he transferred to Hong Kong to a newly created role as head of debt capital markets for Asia with primary responsibility for developing the US investment bank's DCM business in emerging Asia. Chatterji took up the DCM assignment in August 2009. He was previously head of Southeast Asia...

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