Naguib Kheraj has been named as the new chief executive of JP Morgan
Kheraj was appointed chief executive of the investment banking giant today
after turning his back on becoming an FD again ‘any time soon’, following his
time at Barclays.
‘This is exactly the kind of thing I was hoping to do after leaving
Barclays,’ Kheraj told
Kheraj worked at Salomon Brothers and Robert Fleming before he joined
‘I’m going back to my roots in the investment banking business, he said.
‘[JP Morgan Cazenove is] a fantastic franchise. If you want to be in this
industry and be in London, this is a fantastic place to be.’
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