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JP Morgan Private Bank Loses Top Manager

Contributing Editor 3 February 2006

JP Morgan Private Bank Loses Top Manager

Pam Hendrickson, the former global head of capital advisory and liquidity management at JPMorgan Private Bank in New York, is leaving the ba...

Pam Hendrickson, the former global head of capital advisory and liquidity management at JPMorgan Private Bank in New York, is leaving the bank to join a private-equity firm, according to a Dow Jones report. Ms Hendrickson is joining The Riverside Company, a private-equity firm focused on small and middle-market companies. Separately, JP Morgan Private Bank announced the appointment of Phil Conway as head of the US capital advisory business, which offers lending and credit-related services for private banking clients. Mr Conway currently serves as the president of JP Morgan in Houston, a position he will retain.

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