JPMorgan executive dies aged 51

Carnation

Abigail Jones Feder, a JPMorgan managing director who oversaw cash and bond investments for the bank’s private clients, has died. She was 51.

Bloomberg News reports that she died on June 22 at New York University Langone Medical Center in Manhattan, following a long illness, according to her husband, Andrew Feder.

Residents of Cold Spring Harbor on New York’s Long Island, the couple shared their passion for sailing with their two children.

At JPMorgan Asset Management, Feder ran an investment team serving wealthy private-banking clients. She joined JPMorgan in 2000 as a vice president in the U.S. Fixed Income Group, overseeing short-term and intermediate domestic bonds. She spent the first 15 years of her career with Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Investment Management, in Manhattan, where she rose to head of enhanced cash management.

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