J.P. Morgan bolsters sustainable investment team with four hires

David Brenchley
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Carlos Varela will relocate to Madrid from New York for his new role
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Carlos Varela will relocate to Madrid from New York for his new role

J.P. Morgan Asset Management has hired Carlos Varela as global strategist for sustainable investing amid a raft of additions as the firm looks to expand its offering in the space. Varela, who will relocate from New York to Madrid (pictured), takes on the role having worked as J.P. Morgan AM's head of institutional sales for Latin America previously. He will report to global head of sustainable investing Jennifer Wu. The strategist will head a team tasked with developing J.P. Morgan's su...

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