JPMorgan has a brainstorm

JPMorgan''s Asian vice-chairman, Bart Broadman discusses how the bank has restructured its Asian markets business

JPMorgan has re-configured its Asian markets business ahead of its forthcoming merger with Bank One. After brain-storming within the bank, it will institute an array of changes to take advantage of its new position and the changing nature of its own business.

Third-party structuring in Hong Kong will be combined into a single team across the equity derivatives and credit-and-rates teams, headed by David Long. In Tokyo, trading will be combined across the same teams under Partick Moisy. Moisy will also have responsibility for risk, while Ken Nakashini will take care of the client side.

Kim Hong will lead a new team that brings together convertible bond distribution and credit...

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