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JPMorgan Treasury Services Announce New Appointments

In a bid to enhance its product management, liquidity, consulting and trade sectors, JPMorgan Treasury Services has announced four key executives appointments. Tim Decker joins JPMorgan Treasury Services as Vice President and will focus on the bank’s response to technology and standards changes. Andrew Harding has recently been appointed as Corporate Liquidity Specialist to create and implement liquidity and investments business strategy for the EMEA corporate market. Rod Staples joins JPMorgan Treasury Services Consulting to assist in the development of its Financial Service Provider solution and Mojgan Faratin joins JPMorgan Treasury Services as Vice President in Trade, responsible for trade services and finance sales development for corporates in France, Benelux, Ireland and the UK.

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