Daniel Cotti has joined J.P. Morgan Treasury Services as Global Trade Services Executive. Cotti, who most recently lead the combined RBS/ABN AMRO global trade finance business following the merger between RBS and ABN AMRO Bank, will be responsible for the day-to-day management of J.P. Morgan's global trade business and for setting and executing the global strategy for J.P. Morgan's trade and supply chain offerings.
Cotti has more than 30 years of financial services experience. Prior to RBS, he held management positions at Citibank in London and Switzerland after he started his career at Swiss Bank Corp.
"Dani is a seasoned international business leader with extensive product, sales, operations, marketing and project management expertise," said Melissa Moore, chief executive officer, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, in a press release. "He is a widely recognized and respected figure in the trade arena and well known by many in our trade business. Dani's hiring reaffirms J.P. Morgan's ongoing commitment to the global trade business. We look to him to provide industry leadership and to help us grow our business and further integrate our trade solutions into our broader Treasury Services solutions sets, most notably our core cash and liquidity solutions," Moore added in the statement.
The Treasury Services business of J.P. Morgan is a provider of payment, collection, liquidity management, trade finance, commercial card and information solutions to corporations, financial services institutions, middle market companies, small businesses, governments and municipalities worldwide. It has more than 50,000 clients and a presence in 39 countries and is a division of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.