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Jed Laskowitz

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Jed Laskowitz is Global Head of Asset Management Solutions at J.P. Morgan, where he oversees more than $400B in assets across the Multi-Asset and Quantitative Solutions investment teams. Laskowitz is also responsible for J.P. Morgan's global ETF business, which includes over 50 funds and $70B in assets. Additionally, he is responsible for 55ip, a recent acquisition that provides multi-asset portfolio model management and tax transition capabilities to financial advisors and institutions. An employee since 1996, Laskowitz previously served as CEO of Intelligent Digital Solutions, where he managed the firm's global Digital Wealth Management team and Asset & Wealth Management's Data Science team. Prior to this role, He served as co-Head of Asset Management Solutions from 2015 to 2017. Prior to 2015, he was CEO of Asset Management's Asia Pacific business for three years, and held a number of leadership roles in the Asset Management business – including Head of U.S. Funds. Laskowitz is a member of the AWM Operating Committee, the AM Operating Committee and the firm-wide Strategic Investment Committee. He holds a BA from Ithaca College, a JD with honors from Brooklyn Law School, and is a member of the New York State Bar. He is a member of the Northwell Cohen Children's Medical Center Advisory Board, an Advisory Board Member for the financial technology companies InvestCloud and the TIFIN Group, and is a member of the New York Road Runners Board of Directors.

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