(Bloomberg) -- J.P. Morgan’s Matt Malloy has stepped down as head of institutional solutions and advisory, a job that involved working with asset-management clients such as insurers and pensions, according to a person with knowledge of his departure.

The bank is weighing options for a replacement, said the person, who asked not to be identified because there was no public announcement by the New York-based lender.

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