05.10.2012 [Politico] - The chairman of the corporate and investment banking unit, Jes Staley, was recently in the running to become chief executive of British banking giant Barclays PLC … but didn't get the job. He gave up day-to-day oversight of JPMorgan's investment bank
James E. Staley, also known as Jes, is the former CEO of J.P. Morgan's Investment Bank. He is a member of JPMorgan Chase's Operating and Executive Committees.On January 8th, 2013 it was announced that he would be leaving J.P. Morgan after a 34 year career to join BlueMountain Capital.
12.10.2012 [DIE WELT] - Die beiden haben Jes Staley abgelöst. Im dritten Quartal hat JPMorgan 2,07 Mrd. Dollar für die Bezahlung der Investmentbanker zurückgestellt. Das entspricht 33 Prozent der in dem Zeitraum erwirtschafteten Erlöse des Geschäftsbereichs. Die
05.10.2012 [American Banker (subscription)] - The article also reveals that Jes Staley, the chairman of JPM's corporate and investment banking unit, was a candidate to run Barclays after the Libor scandal forced the British bank's CEO to step down. (Anthony Jenkins, a long-time Barclays banker
05.10.2012 [New York Observer] - Four former members of the firm's operating committee have left the bank or accepted lesser jobs in the last year, the Journal reports, a group that doesn't include Jes Staley, considered as a potential successor to Mr. Dimon before being stripped of
08.10.2012 [Here Is The City] - And The Wall Street Journal speculates that former JPMorgan investment banking head Jes Staley will probably move on soon. He is thought to have come close to becoming CEO over at Barclays, but came up short over fears that investors might not take too
04.10.2012 [Vanity Fair] - Dimon named Jes Staley, a JPMorgan & Co. veteran, to replace them. The business press then saw Staley as a likely heir apparent, but Dimon replaced him in July 2012 with two of the latest up-and-comers, Mike Cavanagh and Daniel Pinto. As in everything
05.10.2012 [Fox Business] - ... expects to continue leading the largest U.S. bank by assets for several more years, the paper reported. Dimon lieutenant Jes Staley had been a finalist for the top job at British bank Barclays (BCS) but ultimately lost out to internal candidate