JPMorgan’s Pinto Had Front Row Seat to Short-Lived Super League

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “JPMorgan’s Pinto Had Front Row Seat to Short-Lived Super League” – below is their description.

    Apr.23 — JPMorgan Chase Co-President Daniel Pinto had one of the best seats in the house for the short-lived Super League of European soccer. His firm bankrolled the breakaway project, only to see it collapse days later amid widespread condemnation. In this interview, Pinto, who normally stays out of the spotlight, discusses the rationale for financing the league, explains why he remains bullish about the firm’s performance, considers risks that could derail momentum in the markets, and details how his bank is adapting to more flexible work. He spoke exclusively with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg’s “Front Row.”

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