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J.P. Morgan Wealth Management has tapped former E-Trade Advisor Services President Matt Wilson to be its divisional director for the firm’s Central Division. The unit spans Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan and Texas, states with about 1,330 J.P. Morgan advisors in the firm’s branches. Wilson had earlier tenures with Charles Schwab and Scottrade Brokerage, where he was CEO. In the new role, he’s operating from Columbus, Ohio, and reporting to Eric Tepper, the CEO of Chase Wealth Management. “As we continue to prioritize the growth of our business, serve the evolving needs of our clients, and recruit and retain talented advisors across the country, we’re thrilled to welcome Matt to oversee our branch-based advisors in the Central Division,” Tepper said in a statement. “Matt has excellent experience leading effective wealth management teams and growing businesses, and we look forward to continuing to strengthen our wealth management offering with him.”

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