J.P. Morgan Marketing Team Bolts

  • 05 Feb 2001
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A six-strong group of interest-rate derivatives marketers to financial institutions resigned last week from J.P. Morgan soon after collecting their bonuses, according to officials familiar with the moves. It could not be determined by press time if the moves are related to J.P. Morgan's merger with Chase Manhattan. Several members of the team, which included specialists in marketing interest-rate derivatives to agencies, are believed to be heading for Credit Suisse First Boston. Others may be joining Lehman Brothers, according to a Wall Street rival. A spokesman for J.P. Morgan Chase, a spokeswoman for CSFB, and an official at Lehman declined comment.

The marketers include Kashif Zafar and Pradeep Jhanjee, both vice presidents. They could not be reached.

Two rival derivatives officials described the departures as a big loss for J.P. Morgan. "They got pummeled," one marketer commented. --Dan Wilchins

  • 05 Feb 2001

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 16 Jan 2017
1 Citi 22,118.13 61 9.00%
2 Barclays 20,987.41 55 8.54%
3 JPMorgan 17,406.75 53 7.08%
4 HSBC 16,333.52 48 6.64%
5 Goldman Sachs 15,454.74 49 6.29%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 17 Jan 2017
1 Commerzbank Group 114.00 1 66.16%
2 CaixaBank 37.05 1 21.50%
3 UniCredit 10.62 1 6.17%
3 BNP Paribas 10.62 1 6.17%
Subtotal 172.30 3 100.00%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 17 Jan 2017
1 SG Corporate & Investment Banking 770.06 2 16.80%
2 Goldman Sachs 656.16 2 14.32%
3 JPMorgan 527.28 4 11.50%
4 Emirates NBD PJSC 408.38 1 8.91%
5 Deutsche Bank 321.53 3 7.01%