JPMorgan is seeking to boost its number of employees in Brazil, Financial Times reports. The U.S. lender, which has a headcount of 630 people in the country, plans to appoint around 150 more in the next one year.
It aims to reach a headcount of 1,100-1,200 in the medium term. The investment bank is also planning to increase the number of cities it covers in Brazil from three to five.
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