The US firm, among the leading foreign fund houses in Taiwan, sees country head Judy Shih leave after 15 years of service and is bringing in other senior executives.
The asset manager has promoted internally to fill the post as it seeks to build out its mainland business, but it is in no rush to hire in the current turbulent environment.
The firm's new head of Hong Kong and China retail, Eddy Wong, wants to partner foreign bank distributors to tap unutilised demand for overseas product. He is also in the hiring markets.
After receiving $150 million in QFII quota in May, the US fund house is seeking retail money for its $710 million JP Morgan China Pioneer A-Share Fund.