JP Morgan appoints new chief risk officer

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NEW YORK – JP Morgan has announced the appointment of Barry Zubrow as its new chief risk officer, member of the bank’s operating committee and director of the firm’s risk planning and strategy.

Zubrow was previously president of investment manager ITB, occupying the void left at the third-largest US bank by Don Wilson when he retired a year ago. He joins from a mixed background both in corporate and public service, having also worked for Goldman Sachs and as a senior fiscal and social policy advisor to Jon Corzine, governor of New Jersey.

Zubrow reports directly to the bank’s chairman and chief executive officer, Jamie Dimon, who said: “In addition to his distinguished work in public service, Zubrow has excelled in critical senior functions at Goldman Sachs, acting as chief credit officer, chief administrative officer, and co-chairman of the risk committee.”

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