Jeremy Barnum is not the hard-charging, power-hungry type that people often associate with those in the top echelons of Wall Street. Instead, the man who this week became JPMorgan Chase & Co's finance chief is a studious, detail-oriented person who enjoys mentoring junior staff and does not let his ego get in the way of others' success, according to half a dozen associates who spoke to Reuters. Barnum, 48, would fit in just as well teaching students in an elbow-patched sweater as presenting JPMorgan's strategy in a tailored suit, several said.
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