|Occupation||Chief Investment Officer|
Craig Delany is the chief investment officer for JPMorgan Chase & Co. He was named to the position in September of 2012. He reports to co-chief operating officer Matthew Zames and sits on the bank's executive committee. Delany manages the firm’s mortgage-servicing rights as part of his role.
The change in Delany's role followed a broader reorganization of the bank’s upper ranks, which was intended to strengthen JPMorgan’s focus on its clients.
Delany's predecessor, Ina Drew, resigned in May of 2012 and had to return considerable compensation awards after JPMorgan management discovered an extensive bad derivatives bet in its $359.1 billion investment portfolio.
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- Executive Committee. JPMorgan Chase & Co.