Global Head of Research
Joyce Chang is the Global Head of Research and a member of the management committee for J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank. J.P. Morgan’s award-winning Global Research provides clients with global breadth and deep expertise across asset classes, yielding a rich source of market insights and ideas.
J.P. Morgan’s analysts and economists study all sectors in which the firm does business, including equities, fixed income, currency and commodities, emerging markets, derivatives and structured finance. J.P. Morgan’s 950 research professionals are located in 26 countries and cover more than 3,700 companies worldwide and provide economic forecasts for more than 60 countries. The Global Research team holds top industry research rankings and is ranked #1 for Fixed Income Research in the U.S. and Europe and top 3 for Equity Research in the U.S., Europe and Latin America by Institutional Investor. From 1997 through 2012, Joyce held top rankings in Institutional Investor’s Fixed-Income Research surveys for Emerging Markets research, including the distinction of earning 25 #1 individual rankings. In 2014, she was inducted into the Fixed Income Analyst Society Hall of Fame. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 1999, Joyce was a Managing Director for a decade at Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Inter-American Dialogue and serves on the Board of Directors of Trickle Up and Girls Inc. She also co-chairs J.P. Morgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank Women’s Network and is the Executive Sponsor for AsPIRE, the employee network for JPMorgan Chase employees of Asian heritage. She has been named as one of Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance by American Banker for the past five consecutive years and recognized by the Wall Street Journal (Top 50 Women to Watch), Crain’s Business New York (40 Under 40), the Asian American Business Development Council (Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business) and the Women’s Bond Club (Annual Merit Award). She received her B.A. from Columbia and serves on the Columbia College Board of Visitors. She was awarded the College’s John Jay Award for professional achievement in 2014. She earned a Master of Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton.
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