J.P. Morgan appoints Damian Crowley as Head of Cash and Trade Sales for Australia and New Zealand
Apr 11, 2012
Sydney – J.P. Morgan has today announced the appointment of Damian Crowley as Head of Cash and Trade Sales for J.P. Morgan Treasury Services (TS), Australia and New Zealand. Mr. Crowley’s appointment follows five recent hires to the Treasury Services business in Australia and New Zealand.
In his new role, Mr. Crowley will provide a broad range of cash management and trade capabilities to new and existing corporate client relationships within Australia and New Zealand. He will also facilitate client access to J.P. Morgan’s global suite of integrated banking solutions. Mr. Crowley brings more than 20 years of experience in banking and finance, having spent nearly 18 years with Citi in Australia and New Zealand where his most recent role was Senior Relationship Manager.
Nadia Schiavon, Head of Treasury Services for Australia and New Zealand, acknowledged Mr. Crowley’s proven track record and strong transactional banking knowledge. “Damian’s awareness of client needs and his in depth understanding of the business will be crucial to growing J.P. Morgan’s footprint in this market,” she said.
“We continue to broaden our suite of capabilities through new product launches as well as system and service enhancements. We are committed to employing the best people to make this happen,” Ms Schiavon added.
Additional recent hires for the TS business include Dennis Grogan as Head of Client Service and Delivery; Abhijit Guha as Cash Product Delivery Manager; Karen Gilbert as Cash Product Manager; Edwin Lee, Cash Services Technology Manager; and David Goode as Product Manager for Escrow and Liquidity Management.
“We are seeing strong demand for treasury services from the growing Australian and New Zealand corporate and institutional markets. Our new team members will work closely with their counterparts in the APAC region to ensure J.P. Morgan Treasury Services proactively responds to client needs and stays firmly ahead of the curve,” Ms. Schiavon concluded.