Last week was not a vintage one for JP Morgan. Just a day after it announced its new EMEA equity syndicate bosses, it was one of two banks on the top line of an IPO that may well have put investors off buying new listings for a while. And in debt markets, it was involved in a bond for an oil company that drew the opprobrium of environmental campaigners.
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