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Market Executive - Pacific
Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries
Maggie is the Industry Executive for J.P. Morgan’s Multinational Corporations team for the Pacific Segment. She leads a specialized coverage team dedicated to working with U.S. subsidiaries of foreign multinational corporations that range in size from $20 million to $2 billion.
Maggie has been in commercial banking with the firm and its predecessors for 25 years, beginning with NBD Bank in Detroit. She began her career on the credit team working with Canadian corporates, then moving over to relationship banking for European names. Maggie also spent a number of years in the Special Credits Group working with distressed companies before moving back to the international side.
Maggie is Vice Chair of the Orange County Market Leadership Team for J.P. Morgan, is on the board of advisors of the World Trade Center Los Angeles, and is on the board of the California Women on the Move initiative. She has built a diverse team of bankers on the West Coast and is committed to continuing to foster a culture of inclusion.
Maggie earned her Master of International Business degree from the University of South Carolina, and her Bachelor of Art in History from the Honors College at Michigan State University. She is also a Certified Treasury Professional.
Originally from the Midwest, Maggie now lives in Southern California with her husband and two daughters.
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