J.P. Morgan wins Pakistan bank mandate

Pakistan’s Bank Alfalah awards a regional cash and treasury mandate to J.P. Morgan.

J.P. Morgan has won a mandate to provide a range of cash management and treasury services to Pakistan’s Bank Alfalah. The mandate follows a series of developments over the last 12 months in J.P. Morgan’s South Asian operations, including October’s opening of a representative office in Bangladesh headed by Sazzad Anam, head of financial institutions, Bangladesh, at J.P. Morgan treasury services.

“We’re delighted to further extend our relationship with Bank Alfalah,” said Amin Mohammed Khowaja, general manager of J.P. Morgan in Pakistan, in a statement. “This ongoing relationship reflects our commitment to helping our partners in Pakistan further extend their services and enhance their business, and it shows we can consistently deliver the...

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