Atlanta, GA, April 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- JP Turner announced that Joe Walker has joined their Investment Banking Division as an analyst. The growing division develops tailored financial solutions and innovative strategies to address the capital needs of their global client base. Walker will conduct initial analysis of financing proposals for private and public companies as well as serve as the liaison between the Division and JP Turner’s nationwide network of independent financial representatives.
Walker graduated Magna Cum Laude from Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. His previous experience includes work as a research analyst/consultant for McKinsey & Company where he worked with commercial banks conducting performance analysis of their payment systems such as check processing, ACH transfers and check electronification technology.
“I look forward to working with the Investment Banking team at JP Turner,” commented Walker. “I have been interested in working for JP Turner since last year and am happy a position opened up. I am confident my experience will add to the talent already on board. I look forward to contributing towards the Division’s growing success.”
“Joe brings a fresh perspective and new energy to our team,” said Patrick Power, managing director of Investment Banking. “His enthusiasm and talent will assist us in continuing to grow the Division and enhance the service we provide to clients and reps.”
JP Turner’s Investment Banking Division works with commercial banks, private equity firms, hedge funds, insurance companies and venture capital firms to manage and finance transactions of all sizes. Since its inception in 1998, JP Turner’s Investment Banking Division has represented some $4 Billion for their clients. To learn more visit www.jpturner.com/banking.