JPMorgan Institutional Trust Services today announced the appointment of Marcela Pino as its Client Services Manager in the JPMorgan Chase Mexico City office. Ms. Pino’s appointment expands Institutional Trust Services’ global network, extending the division’s Latin American presence and re-asserting its commitment to this market.
Ms. Pino will have responsibility for Institutional Trust Services in its role as fiduciary, paying agent, and collateral agent. She will also be charged with developing or expanding relationships with both issuers of debt and intermediaries throughout the region.
An economist trained in Brazil, Ms. Pino previously served as a controller and chief financial officer for JPMorgan Mexico, supervising accounting and risk management in Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. Prior to joining JPMorgan, she held the position of CFO and Administration Director for Goldman Sachs Mexico, with responsibility for legal, regulatory, accounting, analysis, human resources, and operations functions.
“The addition of trust services complements our overall institutional offering, broadens our scope, and extends our marketplace reach,” said JPMorgan Chase senior country officer Eduardo Cepeda. “We are very enthusiastic about having Marcela Pino on the Mexico City team.”
“With offices in Buenos Aires, Argentina and So Paulo, Brazil, Institutional Trust Services’ new Mexico City location represents the next phase of our expansion in Latin America,” said Michael K. Clark, executive vice president and business executive for JPMorgan Institutional Trust Services. “It anchors our presence in the region and furthers our commitment to this important market.”