JPM senior EM DCM banker jumps ship

A senior and long serving emerging markets DCM banker at JP Morgan has quit the bank.

  • By Francesca Young
  • 09 May 2018

Khaled Darwish, executive director at JP Morgan, had been with the bank for over a decade, covering Middle East debt capital markets and based in Dubai. GlobalCapital understands he is moving to HSBC.

He had previously been an associate at Merrill Lynch for two years covering ...

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