- Walter Shipley, the former chairman of Chase Manhattan, dies at 83 CNBC
- Walter Shipley, Former Chase Manhattan Chairman, Dies at 83 Bloomberg
- Former banking executive Walter Shipley dead at 83: JPMorgan Chase Reuters
- Walter Shipley, who helped create what is now JPMorgan Chase, has died CNN
- Walter Shipley Led Mergers of Some of the Biggest U.S. Banks Wall Street Journal
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Walter Shipley oversaw a series of bank mergers that led to the formation of JPMorgan Chase.
Walter Shipley, a former banking executive credited with helping spur a series of mergers that led to the creation of JPMorgan Chase , has died at age 83, the company said on Saturday.
Walter V. Shipley, the architect of several bank mega mergers that reshaped the industry, has died. He was 83.
Walter Shipley, a self-effacing chief executive who led some of the biggest bank mergers of the 1980s and 1990s and managed to keep a low profile despite standing 6-foot-8, died Friday at age 83.