Bank disruptors: JP Morgan smashes silos

To foster innovation, the US banking giant rebuilds its culture by breaking boundaries

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This is the sixth profile in our ‘Bank disruptors’ special report. Scroll to the bottom of the introductory article to view others in the series as they go live over the next few days.

When David Hudson was picked to lead the digital transformation of JP Morgan’s markets business in 2016, he built a team to start an agency execution platform for over-the-counter products.

The idea was simple enough: to use the bank’s technology and scale to source liquidity for institutional clients on an

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