Ina Drew, retired Chief Investment Officer, JPMorgan Chase, is acknowledged as one of the most prominent women on Wall Street. Drew started her career at the Bank of Tokyo. Several years later, Drew joined Chemical Bank – one of the heritage banks of JP Morgan – where she spent the next 30 years. During her time there, she helped the company through more than seven mergers in asset and liability management, became chief investment officer in 2006, and built a reputation as one of the most successful female bankers in her field.
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