Grise out, Colantone in as head of FX sales at JP Morgan

Mike Grise’s departure comes after an eight-year tenure as head of FX sales, Americas

Top exec has left the building
Mike Grise exits: his successor, Joy Colantone, has been a managing director of FX sales at JP Morgan for more than 18 years

Mike Grise, head of foreign exchange sales for the Americas at JP Morgan, has left the bank, FX Week has learned.

It is understood that Joy Colantone, a managing director at the bank, will take over Grise’s role.

New York-based Grise has led JP Morgan’s institutional FX sales team in the Americas since May 2010. Previously, he spent 13 years as a vice-president at Goldman Sachs.

New York-based Colantone has been working as a managing director of FX sales at JP Morgan for more than 18 years.

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