J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has grabbed James Bell, Boeing‘s chief financial officer who will be retiring in April, to serve on its board. Bell’s appointment adds to the ties between the bank and Boeing, which is reflected through the board’s former chairman and former Boeing director, William Daley. He resigned to be chief of staff to President Barack Obama.
“We are very proud that James Bell has chosen to join our board of directors,” said Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of the New York bank, according to Chicago Business. “James brings decades of outstanding leadership experience and a vast knowledge of financial matters to our firm.”