Dec 1, 2002

Wortman Joins JP

In November, JP Morgan  appointed Charles Wortman  as the new head of its Brazilian unit. Wortman replaces Patrick Morin, who is leaving JP Morgan after a 31-year career. Morin was appointed country manager for Brazil in 2000 and will become consultant for the bank. Wortman currently heads JP's Latin American power and energy group in New York and will take up his new post in São Paulo where he will work with Luiz Chrysostomo, JP's head of investment banking in Brazil. Wortman has been with JP Morgan since 1984.

Vera to Head Merrill's Latin Research Group Tulio Vera has been named the head of Merrill Lynch's new Latin American macro research group based in New York. Since 1999, Vera has been Merrill's head of global emerging market debt strategy and will retain that role. The new research group, announced in October, combines economics, fixed income and equity research to create comprehensive...

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