UBS moves

UBS creates new role for Aashish Kamat

Aashish Kamat joins UBS as chairman of financial institutions coverage, bringing the perspective of someone who has spent his career as a CFO.
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UBS has hired Aashish Kamat for a new role supporting financial institutions coverage at the investment bank.

He will work alongside bankers in the financial institutions group FIG to structure customised investment banking solutions and products for its clients, and will have the title of chairman of financial institutions coverage for the investment bank. He will report to Alex Wilmot-Sitwell and Chi-Won Yoon, co-chairmen and CEOs of UBS in Asia-Pacific.

A banker for 22 years, Kamat was most recently chief financial officer and chief operating officer for J.P. Morgan in Asia-Pacific, based in Hong Kong. Before he moved to Asia, Kamat was global controller of the...

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