JPMorgan billion-dollar consultant implicates bank of misogyny in U.S. grievance

A JPMorgan Chase monetary consultant submitted a federal office grievance implicating the bank of harboring a culture of “unchecked greed, avarice and misogyny” and weakening her by omitting her from customer conferences and removing her resources.

Gwen Campbell, who brought $1.1 billion in possessions when she transferred to JPMorgan in 2020, went through “name-calling” and “sexist decrees,” according to her grievance submitted with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday. “Among other things, Campbell has been yelled at and belittled, called ‘a nobody’ and ‘confused’ and told to ‘settle down’ and ‘be nice,’ ” her lawyers said in the complaint.


JPMorgan didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Campbell sued the bank in December in federal court alleging that private bankers in a different unit have been “ruthlessly” poaching her customers. She dropped the claim the very same month to rather pursue claims versus the bank in arbitration after a judge rejected her demand to momentarily disallow fellow lenders at JPMorgan from getting service with customers she brought with her when she was hired from Bank of America.


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