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Chase grabs BofA lender for Philly push

Christian Barrow joins Schrieber team

Chase grabs BofA lender for Philly push

JPMorgan's Chase Commercial Banking division has hired Christian Barrow away from Bank of America as the fourth lender for Chase's Center City-based office, which targets companies, towns and nonprofits with $20M-$500M in yearly sales, plus real estate buyers. The group reports to Chase veteran Mark Schrieber who's run the team since 2010.

Chase employs more than 6,000 in the Philadelphia area, mostly in its Delaware credit card and tax shelter businesses. 

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