AP source: Top JPMorgan Chase official expected to resign
NEW YORK (AP) — A source tells The Associated Press that JPMorgan Chase is expected to accept the resignation of a high-ranking executive soon. The decision comes after one of the bank’s trading groups lost $2 billion.
A person familiar with the matter tells the AP that the bank is expected to accept the resignation of Ina Drew. She is the bank’s chief investment officer.
The source spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss it publicly.
The source says at least two other executives at JPMorgan will be held accountable for the trading blunder.
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