JP Morgan Indian co-manager steps down to take on JPMAM CEO role in Asia

Ayaz Ebrahim

Valeria Martinez
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One of the co-managers of the JP Morgan Indian investment trust is stepping down to take on the role of CEO for JP Morgan Asset Management’s Singapore and South East Asia business.

In a stock exchange notice today (27 March), the board said Ayaz Ebrahim will cease to act as portfolio manager of the £812m trust from 1 April.  Amit Mehta and Sandip Patodia, who have been the trust's joint portfolio managers since 30 September 2022, will continue to oversee the trust. JP Morgan EM portfolio manager Roskell retires "The board would like to thank Ayaz for his contribution to the management of the company's portfolio," it said.  "It looks forward to continuing to work with Amit, Sandip and the other members of the company's investment management team to seek to ...

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