J.P. Morgan Securities picked a veteran insider to replace Greg Quental as CEO of the boutique wealth management unit, according to the company.

Chris Harvey, who previously oversaw the firm's Latin America Private Bank, will now oversee 420 financial advisers who operate from 19 offices. The boutique unit caters to ultrahigh-net-worth clients. It has $110 billion in total client assets, according to J.P. Morgan.

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