Scott Moeller

Chair of the Board

JPMorgan Markets Ltd.

Scott Moeller is professor in the practice of finance at The Business School (formerly known as Cass), City University of London, where he also is the director and founder of the M&A Research Centre. Scott is a frequent commentator on business issues on television (BBC, CNN, Bloomberg, CNBC) and in the press (Financial Times, Sunday Times, Independent, Newsweek). He has written and co-authored a number of books, including his book, published in 2016 for The Economist business book series, entitled ‘Why Deals Fail & How to Rescue Them: M&A Lessons for Deal and most recently about the rise of AI in ‘The Deal Paradox:  Mergers and Acquisitions Success in the Age of Digital Transformation’ (2023).

Prior to his move to academia, Scott worked first at Booz Allen & Hamilton management consultants (New York and Bethesda, Maryland) then at Morgan Stanley for over 12 years in New York, Japan, and then Germany where he was country co-head and member of the board of Morgan Stanley AG, and finally at Deutsche Bank in London in several senior management positions. Scott is a graduate of Yale College, the Yale Graduate School, and the Yale School of Management.

Scott has been a non-executive director of several JPMorgan subsidiary boards since 2012, and currently is the independent chair of JPMorgan Markets Ltd.