JPMorgan has become Wall Street's top training ground for C-suite executives

Jamie DimonAP ImagesJamie Dimon has watched some of his talent head out the door for other CEO roles over the years.

JPMorgan seems to have become the preeminent breeding ground for C-suite executives.

Jamie Dimon has been in charge at the bank since before the financial crisis, and the current CEO clearly likes his job.

That’s resulted in other would-be competitors for leadership roles looking beyond the bank’s walls at other C-suite gigs.

The big breaking news after the close on Monday October 12 was that ex-JPMorgan exec Jes Staley is likely to take the CEO role at a competing bank, Barclays.

He joins a long list of other JPM alums who have made it big elsewhere.

The best and brightest from JPMorgan have gone on to roles at other big banks, credit and payment processing companies and client companies.

Business Insider tracks who from JPMorgan decided to move out, to move up in the ranks:

Jes Staley is reportedly joining Barclays as chief executive

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Jes Staley, CEO of Barclays

Staley will join Barclays as its new CEO, according to the Financial Times. He spent 30 years at JPMorgan, most recently as co-CEO of its investment bank, and defected to BlueMountain Capital Management in 2013.

JPM alum Frank Bisignano is CEO at First Data

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Frank Bisignano now heads First Data

Frank Bisignano, who took over as CEO of private equity-backed First Data in 2013, is looking at a big IPO this week. At JPMorgan, he was co-COO.

Bill Winters joined Standard Chartered earlier this year as CEO

Standard Chartered
Bill Winters of Standard Chartered

Winters spent more than a quarter-century working for JPMorgan until 2009, when he stepped down. At that point, he had risen to the rank of co-CEO of its investment bank. Earlier this year, Winters was appointed by Standard Chartered's board as its CEO.

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