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Daniel Cotti to Head J.P. Morgan Trade Services

Daniel Cotti has joined J.P. Morgan Treasury Services (New York) as global trade services executive. Cotti will be responsible for the day-to-day management of J.P. Morgan's global trade business and for setting and executing the global strategy for J.P. Morgan's trade and supply chain offerings.

Cotti is a 30-year industry veteran with experience in global trade and international cash management. Most recently, he headed the combined RBS/ABN AMRO global trade finance business following the merger between RBS and ABN AMRO Bank. While at ABN AMRO Bank, Cotti was head of global products for the bank's transaction banking unit, responsible for the bank's worldwide trade and supply chain, and global treasury and investment management businesses.

"Dani's hiring reaffirms J.P. Morgan's ongoing commitment to the global trade business," said Melissa Moore, CEO, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, in a statement. "We look to him to provide industry leadership and to help us grow our business and further integrate our trade solutions into our broader Treasury Services solutions sets, most notably our core cash and liquidity solutions."

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