Zubrow named as JP Morgan risk chief

JP Morgan Chase has appointed Barry Zubrow as chief risk officer, replacing Don Wilson, who retired earlier this year.

Zubrow's most recent post was as president of investment management firm ITB, based in New York. In 2004, he left Goldman Sachs, where he had worked as chief administrative officer and co-chairman of the bank's risk committee.

His predecessor, Don Wilson, retired in August after four years in the role.

See also: JP Morgan Chase veteran Don Wilson to retire

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