NEWS17 January 2024

JPMorgan appoints data chief for investment bank

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US & UK – Financial services firm JPMorgan has promoted Sarah Heffron Nichomoff to lead the chief data and analytics office for corporate and investment banking.

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Heffron Nichomoff (pictured), who has worked at JPMorgan for 24 years, joins the company’s digital and platform services division from its markets business.

She was previously global co-head of electronic client solutions and programme trading for equities. Her experience at the bank includes managing its execution platform, covering liquidity management, portfolio optimisation, algorithmic execution and quantitative analytics.

In her new role, Heffron Nichomoff will focus on connecting data initiatives across the corporate and investment banking business, streamlining data quality, and working with data partners from across the company, according to a staff memo. 

Based in London, she will report to Guy Halamish, head of digital and platform services, with accountability to Teresa Heitsenrether as the company-wide chief data and analytics officer.