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Mason leaves JPMorgan

The bank remains confident about the strength of its syndicate and leveraged finance business, despite SLF co-head Eric Mason's departure.
JPMorgan has announced the departure of Eric Mason, who co-headed the bankÆs syndicate and leveraged finance SLF business in Asia with Tim Donahue.

Mason, who focused on leverage lending, is understood to have opted to work for Carlyle, a private equity house based in Hong Kong. According to sources, he will head up its mezzanine debt fund, with a view to investing capital in different mezzanine tranches as and when transactions in the region occur. Mason will not be replaced and Donahue will become sole head of SLF.

However, JPMorgan appears confident the SLF business group will remain strong, with its total of 16 staff in Asia ex-Japan. The bankÆs SLF group...

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