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Goldman Sachs AM loses 14-year liquidity veteran to JP Morgan AM

Jemma_CleeJP Morgan Asset Management’s (JPMAM) global liquidity business in London has appointed a head of investment specialists who spent 14 years at Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) and will specialise in short-term fixed income.

Jemma Clee takes on a role covering Europe, Middle East and Africa and succeeds Jason Straker, who left to pursue other opportunities.

At GSAM Clee worked on the global fixed income and liquidity team and for the past eight years was the short-duration lead portfolio manager focused on UK and European clients.

She will be responsible for servicing existing clients and generating new business for JPMAM’s global liquidity product range with a focus on short-term fixed income solutions for corporate clients, financial institutions and platforms.

Clee reports to Ted Ufferfilge, global head of investment specialists for the global liquidity business, which at December 31, 2019, had US$599.3 billion (€523.5 billion) in assets under management.

Ufferflige said Clee was familiar with the JPMAM’s client base.

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