JPMorgan announces senior executive changes

Senior executive changes in Japan and Singapore.

In Japan, Keiichi Miki and Tetsuya Kawano have been appointed co-chairs of JPMorgan's Japan Executive Committee. In addition to continuing to lead the Japanese operations of JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management Group, Miki will oversee day-to-day management of the Tokyo offices. Kawano will continue to head the Japanese operations of JPMorgan the investment bank, focusing on strengthening client relationships with major Japanese clients. Both will be members of the firm's Asia-Pacific Management Committee.

"Keiichi and Tetsuya are proven leaders and business builders in Japan. Their continued leadership and new roles in Japan underscore JPMorgan's commitment to offering Japanese clients a full product mix across all lines of business," says JPMorgan Asia Chairman Ralph Parks.

Bart Broadman, JPMorgan's vice chairman and head of credit and rates for Asia Pacific, will also relocate to Singapore in June. In addition to leading the credit and rates business, Broadman will continue in his role as vice chairman for the region. He will chair the JPMorgan South and South East Asia Management Committee, which oversees the bank's business strategy in that part of the region.