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JP Morgan Chase & Co

JP Morgan Chase & Co

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in New York City

Alex Gurevich

Andy Krieger

Carl Walter

Colleen O’Callaghan

2017 - present

Elaine Meyers

2016 - present

Greg Onken

1999 - present

JP Morgan Sr

1871 - present

Jamie Dimon

Jay Canell

2017 - present

Jeremy Miller

2016 - present

Marco Kolanovic

Neil Canell

2017 - present

Rick Palacios

Terrence Belton

2012 - present

Christopher Hayward

2016 - 2019

Matt Zames

2012 - 2017

Richard Galvin

2015 - 2016

Ross Givens

2008 - 2015

Jesper Koll

2009 - 2015

Anatoly Crachilov

2012 - 2015

Santiago Santos

2012 - 2014

Michael Sonnenshein

2011 - 2014

Scott Siegel

2002 - 2013

Siddhartha Jha

2005 - 2010

Andrew Economos

2009 - 2010

Cormac Leech

2009 - 2010

Juliette Declercq

2006 - 2009

Tariq Dennison

2008 - 2009

Simon Lack

1986 - 2009

Marc Levinson

1999 - 2009

David Malpass

2008 - 2008

Tom Rutledge

2005 - 2008

Dario Villani

2004 - 2006

Chris Pavese

1999 - 2005

Fredrik Nerbrand

2002 - 2005

Andrew Dym

1994 - 2005

Gareth Murphy

1999 - 2005

Bradley Safalow

2002 - 2005

Yan Huo

1996 - 2004

Paul Mylchreest

2001 - 2004

Stanley Kogelman

2001 - 2003

Moorad Choudhry

2000 - 2003

Carlos Asilis

2002 - 2003

Andrew Feldstein

1991 - 2003

William Demchak

1986 - 2002

Megan Greene

2002 - 2002

Diego Parrilla

1998 - 2001

Michael Liberman

1995 - 2001

Charles Lowrey Jr

1988 - 2001

Douglas Lucas

2000 - 2001

Francine McKenna

1998 - 1999

Richard Jones

1983 - 1999

Reza Zafari

1996 - 1999

Scott Davies

1991 - 1999

David Magrone

1994 - 1999

Sachin Oza

1996 - 1998

Luke Ellis

1988 - 1998

Anne Richards

1994 - 1998

Davis Edwards

1995 - 1997

Neil Schofield

1988 - 1997

David Shimko

1993 - 1997

Michael Ashton

1994 - 1996

Constance Hunter

1994 - 1996

Cary Carbonaro

1990 - 1996

Robert Kelley

1994 - 1995

Alec Litowitz

1993 - 1994

Barbara Young

1990 - 1994

Previously called J.P. Morgan (before Chase bank acquisition)

JP Morgan Criticisms
  • The bank was backstopped by the Federal reserve in the 2008 crisis
    • Taxpayers effectively kept it solvent
    • Shareholders and executives were bailed out without an loss/cost
  • Have continued to pay account holders interest rates well below the federal funds rate as interest rates have increased from 2015 on



JP Morgan History

  • initially chartered in 1799 as The Manhattan Company