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JP Morgan AM expands Australia team

AustraliaJP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has made a number of appointments to its Australian business. Mark Carlile has been named as head of wholesale, Australia and New Zealand. Based in Melbourne, he reports to Australia and New Zealand chief executive Andrew Creber. Carlile was previously head of strategic relationships before taking on the newly created role. He will be supported by two newly appointed client advisors, Justin Sultana and Stephanie Harrison who have joined from First Sentier Investors and Vanguard respectively. “Australia has been one of the key strategic markets for JPMAM’s growth in APAC,” said Creber. “We are committed to significantly growing our offerings across various distribution channels… We see particularly strong demand and opportunities in alternative assets, fixed income and sustainable investing solutions and look to further expand our offerings in these areas.” © 2022 funds global asia

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