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MUFG names ex-JPMorgan banker as managing director of GCIB China

He has served several senior roles in JPMorgan Chase Bank China.

MUFG Bank has named Benjamin Lam as managing director, head of global corporate and investment banking (GCIB), China; and head of the China business division for its wholly owned subsidiary MUFG Bank (China.

Lam joins MUFG from JPMorgan Chase Bank China. He will be based in Shanghai.

In his new role, Lam will be responsible for the growth of MUFG China’s non-Japanese corporate and investment banking businesses, covering local and global corporates, Chinese state-owned enterprises as well as financial institutional clients.

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He brings over 30 years of banking experience spanning retail banking, mid-market and large corporate banking and transaction banking. 

Since 2012, he served in several senior positions at JPMorgan Chase Bank China, including deputy president and head of trade China and head of trade sales Greater China. 

Lam began his career with HSBC in 1989, and subsequently joined other institutions including Deutsche Bank and ANZ Bank in China.

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