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The Champions League of investment banking

How we calculated the investment banking Champions League table

Director of football: Jamie Dimon
Age: 50
Appointed: 2004
Value added: 9.9% pa (15th)
Chop rating: 3/5

Dimon has a reputation as perhaps the toughest manager in the game. He’s going nowhere, but mixed performance of the investment bank casts regular doubt on the positions of head coaches Bill Winters and Steve Black

Head coaches: Bill Winters (44, 2004) and Steve Black (53, 2004)

Star players:
Patrik Edsparr, head of rates, structured finance and prop trading, has a lot of fans within the firm. Extremely well regarded as a safe pair of hands

Rising star: Viswas Raghavan, the head of international capital markets and only 40 years old. A nuclear scientist by training, he’s seen as the leader of a new generation of innovative practitioners at the firm that helped create the global credit markets

Weakest link:  What JPMorgan needs more than anything else is a period of stability. The repercussions of the Chase and BankOne mergers are still felt.

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