The former chief investment officer for J.P. Morgan & Co.'s global bank has come out of semi-retirement to help U.S. Bancorp's investment arm battle for very wealthy clients in Minneapolis.

Jean L.P. Brunel, who retired from J.P. Morgan in 1998, comes to the Minneapolis banking company as a senior vice president and director of its high-net-worth group after being a consultant to its First American Asset Management unit.

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