Oct 30, 2017
Several leaders at J.P. Morgan made “The 100 Most Influential Women in Finance” list. The Financial News features three of the firm’s female executives in EMEA, citing their contributions to 2017 deals and MiFID II and Brexit planning.
Dorothee Blessing, who appeared on the list for the fifth time, is a vice chairman of EMEA investment banking and regional head, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Nordic region, Ireland and Israel. Among her achievements, she was recognized for her part in increasing J.P. Morgan’s investment banking market share in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by 3.6 percentage points since 2016.
Ina De, co-head of UK banking, joined the list for the eighth time. The Financial News referred to De, who has been with the firm since 1987, as an “active dealmaker” who has helped position J.P. Morgan as one of the top three players across the M&A and capital markets in Europe.
Sally Dewar, head of regulatory affairs in EMEA, joined the list for the fifth time. Dewar’s part in guiding the firm through the post-Brexit landscape, along with her strategic counsel to senior management around regulatory issues, was central to her recognition.