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James Lee, prominent JPMorgan investment banker, dies at 62

James Lee, prominent JPMorgan investment banker, dies at 62

James "Jimmy" Lee, the JPMorgan Chase banker who helped arrange some of the biggest corporate deals for companies including General Motors, News Corp. and Facebook, died Wednesday. He was 62 years old. Lee was among the best-known dealmakers on Wall Street. If a company wanted to go public, sell a business or merge with a competitor, Lee was often in the middle of it. Insiders said the fact that Lee was advising on a deal was a stamp of credibility in and of itself. Lee co-led the deal to help Facebook go public in 2012. JPMorgan was the lead bank on General Motors' initial public offering in 2011, following its government-aided bankruptcy. GM's $23 billion IPO...

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