JP Morgan American chair to retire after ten years

Kevin Carter

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JP Morgan American investment trust’s chair Kevin Carter is set to retire on 15 May, amid the retirement of two managers, according to its annual report published today (27 March).

Carter was on the board of the trust for ten years, with seven of those as chair. He will be succeeded by non-executive director Robert Talbut, who joined the board in 2017. JP Morgan American portfolio manager retires after 44 years "It has been my pleasure and honour to serve as a member of the board over the past ten years, including seven years as its Chair," Carter said. "In keeping with the board's history of appointing chairs from within its existing complement of directors to ensure continuity, I am delighted to announce that Robert Talbut will succeed me as chair at the co...

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