JP Morgan moves FX markets expert to new global investor services sales role

Former global co-head of FX trading moves to a new senior role for selling prime, futures and securities services.

By Joe Parsons

JP Morgan has shaken up its investor services sales team and appointed its former global co-head of FX trading to a new senior role for selling prime, futures and securities services.

Claudia Jury has now taken on a newly created role where she will globally lead platform sales, Global Custodian understands.

In this newly-branded role from within its investor services sales and marketing division, Jury will oversea the distribution and sales of JP Morgan’s prime finance, clearing and securities services offerings to investor services clients, including their digital capabilities across these areas.

Jury will report to Marc Badrichani, global head of sales and research for JP Morgan’s corporate and investment banking (CIB) unit.

A spokesperson from JP Morgan confirmed the move.

The move follows a new strategic focus from JP Morgan to align its markets and trading businesses with securities services, and over the years has made a number of significant hirings including Tim Fitzgerald and Mike Hughes from Deutsche Bank as head of fund services and head of global custody respectively.

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