Stephen Burbage to head J.P. Morgan's Markets Sales group in Boston
NEW YORK -- J.P. Morgan & Co.Incorporated recently announced that Stephen W. Burbage, vice president, will relocate to its Boston office from New York to become the firm's new head of Markets Sales for the Boston region.Burbage
, a 13-year veteran of the institutional fixed income business, was most recently in charge of several large institutional relationships in the New York region and will concentrate on boosting the firm's fixed income penetration of the Boston market.He
will report to New York-based Peter F. Frey
, managing director and head of Credit Markets Sales for North America, and Richard M. McVey, managing director and head of Interest Rate Markets Sales for North America.
McVey commented: "We are delighted to have Steve
lead our efforts in this critically important region for the firm.
"Boston enjoys an abundance of top-tier institutional investors whose needs are well-matched to Morgan's capabilities," added Burbage
."I'm excited about the prospect of joining our fixed income franchise in the region."Burbage joined Morgan in 1993.Earlier this year, following five years as a top producer for credit products, he was also assigned a senior client management role within the firm's Markets groups for fixed income products.He graduated from Providence College in 1983 with a Bachelor of Sciences in Finance.Burbage
wife, and their three children will relocate to the Boston area.
is a leading global financial firm that meets critical financial needs for business enterprises, governments, and individuals.The firm advises on corporate strategy and structure, raises capital, makes markets in financial instruments, and manages investment assets.Morgan
also commits its own capital to promising enterprises and invests and trades to capture market opportunities.