J.P. Morgan Increases Focus on Corporate Directors

The largest U.S. bank by assets said Tuesday that vice chair Karen Simon will become head of its Director Advisory Services, a new role serving as a central contact for directors across the globe seeking board roles, helping boards change their compositions and serving as a conduit with third-party recruiting firms placing directors, according to an internal memo reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. “In addition to evaluating growth and capital strategies, directors are now accountable for issues such as cybersecurity and activism,” according to the memo.

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