75 Most Powerful Blacks on Wall Street


Philip McNeal

Managing Director, Senior Banker
J. P. Morgan
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

McNeal is responsible for delivering targeted investment, estate planning, fiduciary, and liquidity advice to JPMorgan’s individual investors. He joined JPMorgan in 1984 as an investment banker in the firm’s Natural Resources and Power Group. McNeal remained in that function until 1994, when he began managing the firm’s Syndicated Loan Origination business for technology, media, telecommunications, consumer retail, oil and gas, and power clients.

 


Bernard Mensah

Global Head of Emerging Markets – Sales and Trading
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Operating from London, Mensah leads Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s emerging market sales and trading for equities and fixed income, currencies, and commodities, excluding Asia. A 17-year trading and investing veteran, Mensah joined the company last year from Goldman Sachs, where he served as global head of bank loans and distressed trading.

 


Rodney M. Miller Sr.

Managing Director of Mergers & Acquisitions Group
J.P. Morgan
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

With more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of financial advisory services, Miller has advised both domestic and international clients on a broad variety of assignments including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, proxy contests, hostile transactions, and debt and equity capital raisings. He has been involved in major transactions such as the $25 billion split of Mosaic Co. from Cargill and the $6.5 billion acquisition of Danisco by DuPont.

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