Profile | Spring 2016
The investment bank’s EMEA GC on tackling the growth of global regulation and avoiding potholes along the way.
There’s a school of thought that says ‘never go back’ to a former lover or job. But having spent eight years at JPMorgan Chase & Co in the 1990s, a phone call from the investment bank’s ‘very persuasive’ general counsel Stacey Friedman in 2015 made John Tribolati’s decision to return to his old shop very easy. ‘It was an opportunity to have my own gig,’ he says. [Continue Reading]