J.P. Morgan private bank hires two new top marketers

Alex Sword


The Financial Services Forum

J.P. Morgan’s private banking division has appointed a marketer from Wellington to head up its EMEA marketing, as well as a new head of international marketing strategy.

Hannah Bouverat began the role as Head of EMEA Marketing in July, heading up marketing for the division’s offering, which is aimed at private equity and venture capital founders, partners and firms.

She joined J. P. Morgan from Wellington Management, where she had worked for seven years, most recently in the role of Marketing Director for EMEA.

Prior to this, she worked at consumer finance company Cofunds, as well as at agency Tangible.

“Absolutely thrilled to be joining J.P. Morgan Private Bank this week as Head of EMEA Marketing,” Hannah commented on LinkedIn.

“After an incredible 7 years at Wellington Management, I start my new journey and am excited to meet my new team & business partners and build upon the marketing strategy in the region to help drive business growth, deepen client engagement and pave new ways forward within the client experience.”

The private bank also this month appointed Maxwell Scott as Head of Marketing Strategy for the International Private Bank.

He was previously vice president of EMEA marketing at the firm, having previously worked at Wellington, National Australia Bank and ESSSuper.

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