J.P. Morgan Treasury Services said today that it plans to beef up its global trade operation by hiring around 100 new trade and supply chain workers to its international team.
The firm said the move comes as it anticipates “unprecedented growth” in its global trade business. “We aim to increase our traditional trade market share and expand our supply chain management and structured finance businesses,” Daniel Cotti, a J.P. Morgan global trade executive said in a statement.
“This enhanced product strategy will leverage our U.S. commercial bank franchise, participate in the firm’s global corporate bank expansion, and build stronger trade partnerships with financial institutions around the world.”
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