Seven new bankers for JP Morgan

J.P Morgan Private Bank has hired seven private bankers as part of its expansion in the UK high net worth market.

Seven new bankers for JP Morgan


The bank has appointed four executive directors and three vice presidents, all of whom will work within J.P Morgan Private Wealth Management UK which is headed by Tracey Reddings.

New vice president Bambos Charalambous, has most recently been working as a private banker in J.P Morgan’s Los Angeles office.

Cliadhna Law also joins private banking from another J.P Morgan division; she was in the securities lending and relationship management team at J.P Morgan Treasury and Securities Services.

The third new vice president, Francesca Hall, joins the Bank from Coutts & Co where she was a senior private banker.

Executive director Richard Cockburn joins the Private Bank from Societe Generale, where he was a senior banker for two years.

James Drace-Francis was working as senior client advisor in the private wealth management division of UBS AG in London and Stefano Ferraiolo was a director in the international private banking team at Credit Suisse UK.

The fourth new executive director on the roster is Aaron Georghiades, who joins the team from J.P Morgan’s Private Bank in New York.


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