[Financial News] - Ina Drew, head of JP Morgan's London-based Chief Investment Office arm, is believed to have instructed traders in the unit several months ago to make complicated bets aimed at reducing the bank's risk exposure to a potential market fallout of Europe's
[Evening Standard] - Mr Iksil, who commutes weekly from his home in Paris to his London office at investment bank JP Morgan Chase, reports to his boss Ina Drew, one of Wall Street's most powerful women who collected $15.5 million last year. The massive loss comes as a huge
[The Independent] - In the firing line will be Ina Drew, the banker in charge of Mr Iksil's unit. A 54-year-old banking veteran, she was paid £8.7m last year. Mr Iksil's immediate boss, Achilles Macris, will also be fearing for his position, although it is understood that
Iksil is thought to be one of the highest-paid bankers in London and his New York-based boss, Ina Drew, whose pay has to be published, received $14m last year. The Financial Services Authority has been informed and will ...