JPMorgan hires senior tech executive from Goldman Sachs



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JPMorgan hires senior tech executive from Goldman Sachs

New York City-based leading US lender and financial services provider, JPMorgan Chase & Co., has recently appointed a former Goldman Sachs fintech executive Gavin Leo-Rhynie as the head of its engineering and architecture for corporate and investment bank, remarking the latest in a string of corporate swap aimed at stabilizing JPMorgan’s fintech wing amid a fierce competition in the sector, a JPMorgan Chase & Co.

memo seen by a press agency reporter had unveiled on Friday, the 24th of January 2020. On top of that, the long-time Goldman Sachs veteran, Gavin Leo-Rhyne, who had served more than two decades in the US lender, would join JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s head office in New York on Monday (January 27th), the memo said.

Aside from that, the memo also said the former data architect in Goldman Sachs, Leo-Rhynie, would serve as one of the members of CIB tech leadership team and focus on modernizing critical apps and infrastructures, while the newly appointed JPMorgan Chase & Co.

head of engineering and architecture in investment and corporate banking, would report directly to the JPMorgan Chief Information Officer (CIO) Mike Grimaldi. At some point at his career in the Goldman Sachs, Leo-Rhyne once had served as the head of its Asia-Pacific technology department alongside multiple minor roles including the head of the US-based multinational lender’s FX division, interest rate products and prime services.