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JPMorgan (JPM) Chief Risk Officer John Hogan, who took up the post three months before the $6.2B...

JPMorgan (JPM) Chief Risk Officer John Hogan, who took up the post three months before the $6.2B London Whaling loss was disclosed, has gone on temporary leave until the summer for what are apparently personal reasons. An internal report into the loss said Hogan "did not have sufficient time to ensure that the CIO risk organization was operating as it should." However, there were opportunities during H1 2012 "when further inquiry might have uncovered issues earlier."
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