JPMorgan Names Trifecta of EMEA Heads Across Italy, France, Iberia

JPMorgan has created three new Head of Investment Banking roles across its regional and country operations in the Europe, Middle

european unionJPMorgan has created three new Head of Investment Banking roles across its regional and country operations in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, including Iberia, France and Italy.

JPMorgan has been one of the more active banks in terms of personnel moves in 2014, which includes the most recently installment of a new head in the UAE and the departure of its Chief Currency trader Richard Usher.

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In particular, Ignacio De La Colina will now serve as the Head of Investment Banking for Iberia (Spain and Portugal), where he will report to Enrique Casanueva, JPMorgan’s Senior Country Officer for the region.

Alternatively, Gregoire Haemmerle will assume the role of Head of Investment Banking for France, reporting to its respective Senior Country Officer, Kyril Courboin. Both moves are aimed at improving the connectivity with clients through more efficient delegations of duties in their respective regions.

Finally, Guido Nola will become the Head of Investment Banking for Italy. He has extensive experience with Italian institutional investors and equity derivatives. In his new role he will be reporting to Francesco Rossi Ferrini, Italy’s Senior Country Officer at JPMorgan.

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