The head of JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Merger sand Acquisitions in Asia is set to resign and return to the US for his retirement, according to reports.
Unnamed sources said Sunday that Rob Sivitilli plans to depart the bank after taking the position in 2010 as head of M&A for southeast Asia. He is currently based in Singapore, according to reports.
According to one source, JPMorgan’s head of investment baking in India, Rohit Chatterji, will succeed Sivitilli when he steps down next month.
According to reports, Sivitilli has been with the lender since 1996.
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