J.P. Morgan names new head of DCM for emerging Asia

Murlidhar Maiya, a key member of the bank's FIG team, takes over from Rohit Chatterji who was recently appointed head of investment banking for India at J.P. Morgan.

J.P. Morgan has named Murlidhar Maiya as its new head of debt capital markets DCM for emerging Asia to replace Rohit Chatterji who is moving to Mumbai to become head of investment banking for India at J.P. Morgan.

Chatterji's move, which was reported by FinanceAsia on May 7, was prompted by the recent resignation of Vedika Bhandarkar and continues a tradition of filling key positions within the bank through internal transfers and promotions.

Maiya, who is a managing director, currently manages the financial institutions group FIG for Asia ex-Japan and ex-China. He will relocate from Singapore to Hong Kong to take up his new position and will report to Todd Marin, head of...

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