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Deutsche's Yash Yadav joins JP Morgan as VP legal

Yash Yadav joins JP
Yash Yadav joins JP

JPMorgan has hired Deutsche Bank vice president (legal) Yash Yadav in the same role at JP Morgan as a senior markets lawyer in Mumbai, specialising in structured finance.

The GLC Mumbai graduate had begun his career at Dua Associates Mumbai in 2003 as a trainee lawyer, moving to IDFC as an analyst in 2006 and joining Deutsche Bank Mumbai in 2007 with a six-month stint in Hong Kong in 2008.

JP Morgan’s legal team, which is headed up by former Deutsche Bank head of legal Jigar Shah since 2013, now consists of a total of seven lawyers.

Shah confirmed Yadav’s joining but declined to comment further due to company policy.

At JP Morgan Yadav takes over the former role of Sujoy Chowdhury, who has relocated to the Hong Kong office of the bank after a secondment there.

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