Money Management

J.P. Morgan taps former Goldman Sachs exec for EMEA role

Jemma Clee was named executive director and head of investment specialists for global liquidity in Europe, the Middle East and Africa at J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPM), a spokeswoman said.

Ms. Clee is responsible for existing clients as well as winning new business. She focuses on short-term fixed-income global liquidity offerings, reporting to Ted Ufferfilge, managing director and global head of investment specialists for the global liquidity business.

Ms. Clee replaced Jason Straker in the role. Mr. Straker left the company to pursue other opportunities, the spokeswoman said.

"(Ms. Clee) comes with a great deal of experience and is very familiar with our client base as well as the short-term investment landscape," Mr. Ufferfilge said in a news release.

Ms. Clee joins from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where she was executive director for global liquidity management. A spokesman could not be reached to comment about a replacement.

J.P. Morgan has $926 billion in institutional assets under management.