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Global Head of Research, J.P. Morgan

Joyce Chang is Global Head of Research and a member of the management committee for J.P. Morgans Corporate & Investment Bank. J.P. Morgans award-winning Global Research provides clients with informed views and actionable ideas on economic indicators, markets and companies around the world.

J.P. Morgan holds top industry research rankings and has ranked #1 for U.S. equity and fixed income research and European fixed income research in Institutional Investors and Greenwich Associates research surveys since 2010.

From 1997 through 2012, Joyce held top rankings in Institutional Investors Fixed-Income Research surveys for Emerging Markets research, including the distinction of earning 25 #1 individual rankings. In 2014, she was inducted into the Fixed Income Analyst Society Hall of Fame.

Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 1999, Joyce was a Managing Director at Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers.

 She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Inter-American Dialogue and serves on the Board of Directors of Trickle Up and Girls Inc. She is also on the steering committee of J.P. Morgans Investment Bank Womens Network.

She has been named as one of Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance by American Banker for the past three consecutive years and recognized by the Wall Street Journal (Top 50 Women to Watch), Crains Business New York (40 Under 40), the Asian American Business Development Council (Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business) and the Womens Bond Club (Annual Merit Award). 

 She received her Bachelors of Arts from Columbia University and a Master of Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.

Disclaimer: The biography is as of the date the speaker presented.
Event Name Women In Fixed Income (WiFI)
Event Date 2015-03-25

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