(Reuters) – JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:) Chief Govt Officer Jamie Dimon is planning to go to Taiwan after wrapping up his journey to China, Bloomberg Information reported on Friday.
Dimon will arrive in Taiwan on Friday and meet with round 500 native staff and prospects, Bloomberg mentioned, citing folks aware of the matter.
Dimon is on his first go to to China because the starting of the COVID-19 pandemic and Bloomberg mentioned the go to to Taiwan is a part of a broader go to throughout Asia.
JPMorgan didn’t instantly reply to a Reuters request for remark.
Dimon, who has in recent times boosted JPMorgan’s China presence, met with China’s Shanghai Communist Occasion secretary Chen Jining who expects the financial institution will promote funding within the metropolis.
Plenty of high-profile executives have visited China recentlu time, together with Apple Inc (NASDAQ:)’s Tim Prepare dinner and Starbucks Corp (NASDAQ:)’s Laxman Narasimhan.
LVHM chief Bernard Arnault is about to go to China this month, Reuters has reported.