Broderick to leave JP Morgan Asset Management
Jamie Broderick, head of JP Morgan Asset Management’s EMEA business, is set to leave at the end of this year, after almost 20 years at the company.
JP Morgan did not say what Broderick’s next move will be, or who will take over from him.
Broderick joined in JP Morgan in 1993 and was tasked with developing its mutual fund business. He was then appointed head of the European retail and the institutional business.
At the end of December, client assets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa were $278bn, or just over 20% of JP Morgan’s $1.3trn in assets under management.
Before joining JP Morgan, Broderick was director of client marketing services at Wellington Management Company in Boston.