Ex-JPMorgan Exec dies just 3 months after retirement

Carnation

Sad to report.

Anne Pfeiffer, a JPMorgan Chase Managing Director for real estate who led the bank’s $23b Strategic Property Fund until retiring in October, has died. She was 61.

Bloomberg News reports that she died on Jan. 12 in her Manhattan home following a 20-month battle with pancreatic cancer, according to her husband, Paul Pfeiffer. She had been under hospice care since Christmas Eve, he said in a telephone interview.

A member of JPMorgan’s real-estate financing unit for almost 35 years, Pfeiffer managed a seven-person portfolio-management team as head of the New York-based bank’s commingled property funds, which are pension trusts catering to retirement and governmental plans.

Under her leadership, the Strategic Property Fund, JPMorgan’s core real-estate portfolio, was the largest of its kind.

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Anne Pfeiffer, Ex-JPMorgan Real-Estate Funds Chief, Dies at 61

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