Margolis moves to JP Morgan Private Bank

Citi’s former global head of FXLM bank sales joined the firm this month

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FX Asia role: Adam Margolis took up his new post at JP Morgan earlier this month

Adam Margolis has taken on a new role at JP Morgan Private Bank in Singapore, FX Week has learned. 

Margolis became Asia head of foreign exchange and commodities in early September.

Previously, he worked at Citi, where he spent nine years in various positions.

Margolis joined Citi in 2010, as head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa FX bank sales. Six years later, he was appointed global head of FX and local markets, and he became head of FX advisory at Citi Private Bank in 2018.


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