JP Morgan, the US-based investment bank, has hired Suzanne Lloyd as a vice-president in the firm’s equity derivatives division.Specifically, she will work to develop the corporate equity derivatives accounting solutions business. Salvatore di Stasi, head of corporate equity derivatives at JP Morgan, highlighted her knowledge of IAS32 and IAS39 as key benefits to the business.
Lloyd will be based in London and reports to di Stasi. She joins from the International Accounting Standards Board, and prior to that, worked for Deutsche Bank’s securitisation business in Sydney.
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