J.P. Morgan hire

Lum skips from UBS to J.P. Morgan

Rebecca Lum joins J.P. Morgan private bank to cover clients in China.
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Rebecca Lum has joined J.P. Morgan private bank as market manager for China, based in Hong Kong.

J.P. Morgan’s China private banking team will report to Lum in her new role. She is charged with delivering the firm’s investing, wealth transfer, credit and philanthropic services to wealthy clients of the US bank in the region.

J.P. Morgan private bank has a stated focus on ultra-high-net-worth UHNW clients with a net worth above $30 million. Lum will report to Andrew Cohen, chief executive officer of J.P. Morgan private bank in Asia and will join the Asia operating committee.

“China is a very important market,” said...

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