Risk management reshuffled at JP Morgan Chase

CEO Jamie Dimon reassigns responsibilities across company

Barry Zubrow
Barry Zubrow, JP Morgan

The senior management team at JP Morgan Chase in New York is set to undergo various changes, the second major alteration in responsibilities in the past year, according to an internal memo.

Barry Zubrow, who has been chief risk officer since 2007, will now be head of corporate regulatory affairs. Zubrow will be responsible for all regulatory relationships and will continue to advise chief executive Jamie Dimon on risk issues. He will also retain his position on all the company's risk committees

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