In January of 2020, Fortune Magazine reported Rohrbaugh had been "critical in decisions to invest in electronic and mobile trading improvements across asset classes," in a story about J.P. Morgan earnings during its most profitable year ever.
Rohrbaugh is a member of the Johns Hopkins Leadership Forum. He and his wife are co-founders of the Frannie Foundation, named in hour of Frances Josephine Scebor, who passed away in 2000 from complications of Type II Diabetes and other Cardiovascular related diseases. Troy Rohrbaugh is currently a member of the advisory committee for The Frannie Foundation. 
Rohrbaugh joined J.P. Morgan in 2005 as head of global foreign exchange. In 2012, he was promoted to global head of interest rates, foreign exchange and public finance.
In 201, Rohrbaugh was promoted to global head of macro markets and then in 2019 he was promoted to his current position at head of global markets.
Before J.P. Morgan, Rohrbaugh was with Goldman Sachs in their North American foreign exchange options business in Goldman's fixed income group. He joined Goldman from Banque Nationale Paris in Tokyo. There he managed the foreign exchange options group for Asia.
He serves on the Bank of England Joint Standing Committee and is chair of the GFMA Foreign Exchange Group.
When Rohrbaugh was 16, he worked for his father's firm for 40 hours a week and then another 36 to 38 hours as a security guard at a seaside condominium during the summers. He told this story in a J.P. Morgan Chase video titled "First Job Story: Leading with a Purpose.
Rohrbaugh was born in Baltimore, MD on 15 May 1970. He is married with two sons.
Rohrbaugh holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science from The Johns Hopkins University.
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