NEW YORK -- J.P. Morgan confirmed late Friday that its chief financial officer, Peter D. Hancock, 42, had resigned to pursue "longstanding entrepreneurial interests."

Thomas B. Ketchum, 50, was immediately named the successor of Mr. Hancock, according to a release issued four and a half hours after Friday's market close.

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