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JPMorgan Appoint Rene Wiegel as Head of Business Development for the Benelux Region

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JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services today announced the appointment of Rene Wiegel as managing director, head of business development for Benelux, effective immediately.

Wiegel brings a wealth of experience to the business development role at JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services. Most recently, he was managing director, head of sales for Benelux and Switzerland, at BNY Mellon. Prior to this, Wiegel worked for over 20 years at ABN AMRO in a number of key positions including head of regional treasury and global relationship manager.

“We continue to expand our local presence in the Netherlands as our centre of excellence in Benelux, a region with significant new growth opportunities for the securities services business,” said John Gout, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services market manager for Benelux.“ Wiegel’s experience and track record working closely with institutional clients will be hugely beneficial to our ongoing success in the region. Having worked in the Benelux region for more than two decades, Wiegel brings unparalleled insight into the nuances of this market and its participants as we continue to build our expertise in this region.”

Wiegel said: “JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services’ focus on client service, and its commitment to local offices and experts in each region, is outstanding. I am tremendously excited to join JPMorgan to lead the business development team in a region so full of opportunity and I look forward to broadening and deepening our client relationships in the Benelux market.”

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