JPMorgan Chase & Co Head of Trust & Fiduciary and Compliance Reporting Business for Worldwide Securities Svcs Division

David Kane

Head of Trust & Fiduciary and Compliance Reporting Business for Worldwide Securities Svcs Division at JPMorgan Chase & Co

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Professional Background

Mr. David Kane has been the Head of Trust & Fiduciary & Compliance Reporting Business of J.P. Morgan Worldwide Securities Services since May 21, 2012. Mr. Kane has been the Head of Trust & Fiduciary and Compliance Reporting Business for Worldwide Securities Services Division at JPMorgan Chase & Co. since May 21, 2012. Mr. Kane serves as the Managing Director of J.P. Morgan. Mr. Kane served as Head of Global Custody Operations at JPMorgan Chase & Co. since 2006 and was responsible for leading the development of WSS' global operating model across Dallas, Bournemouth, Mumbai and Bangalore. Mr. Kane joined JP Morgan in 1987 and served a variety of roles across the JP, led the teams in finance, operations and technology. Mr. Kane served as a Member of Board of Managers at Omgeo LLC.

Experience

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Employee Ratings at JPMorgan Chase & Co

C+
68/100

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