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JP Morgan Exclusive: The Two New Co-Heads of Sales and Research

JP Morgan has appointed both Scott Hamilton and Claudia Jury as co-heads of its sales and research operations.

JP Morgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational financial institution headquartered in New York City. Photo: Shutterstock
JP Morgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational financial institution headquartered in New York City. Photo: Shutterstock

This leadership elevation is part of the bank’s broader strategy to refresh its senior management following a significant restructuring of its investment banking division earlier in the year.

The promotions of Hamilton and Jury are a testament to JP Morgan’s commitment to internal talent development and leadership continuity.

Hamilton brings over two decades of experience within JP Morgan, having previously led the macro sales and e-sales activities in the fixed income, currencies, and commodities sectors.

Jury, since 2019, has effectively directed the investor client management and platform sales, building on her previous leadership in the currencies and emerging markets departments.

These appointments occur against the backdrop of an extensive January reorganization within the bank’s corporate and investment banking operations.

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Notably, this reorganization included promoting Jennifer Piepszak and Troy Rohrbaugh to co-chief executives of a newly consolidated commercial and investment banking division.

The restructuring also saw significant shifts within the markets division, with Jason Sippel and Pranav Thakur stepping up as co-heads, and Rachid Alaoui assuming responsibility for global equities.

Moreover, the departure of Vis Raghavan, who briefly served as the head of the investment banking unit, marked a pivotal transition within the bank.

His move created an opportunity for Filippo Gori and Doug Petno to take on leadership as co-heads of the global banking business, underscoring the bank’s agility in managing high-level transitions.

These strategic leadership adjustments reflect JP Morgan’s dedication to fostering a robust, forward-thinking management team capable of navigating the complexities of the global financial landscape.

The bank remains committed to its mission of delivering exceptional service and innovation to its clients worldwide, bolstered by a leadership team that embodies deep expertise and a forward-looking approach to business challenges and opportunities.

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