Wilson set to retire from JP Morgan later this year. Don Wilson, chief risk officer at JP Morgan, will retire later this year. His replacement has not yet been named. Wilson has served as chief risk officer since 2003, when he took up the position after working as co-head of the bank's credit and rates business.

"Don has also been an important leader and manager in several of our key businesses. He was head of east Asia in Tokyo and head of Europe in London during challenging periods of

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