Ex-JPMorgan exec dies

Carnation

Sad to report.

Margaret Cannella, JPMorgan's retired chief of global credit research and the head of Columbia Business School’s private equity program, has died. She was 64.

Bloomberg News reports that she died on November 24, Christopher Cashman, a spokesman for the New York-based school, said by telephone. No other details were available.

Cannella, who retired from JPMorgan in 2009, was inducted two years earlier into the Fixed Income Analyst Hall of Fame for her reports on the credit crisis, according to a biography on the website of the business school, which is part of Columbia University.

Before becoming head of credit research, she was a consumer and retail analyst, placing first in Institutional Investor magazine’s All-America Fixed Income survey 12 times, according to a 2007 press release from the lender.

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Margaret Cannella, Ex-JPMorgan Credit Executive, Dies at 64

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