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Jennifer Piepszak

Co-CEO, Consumer & Community Banking at JPMorgan Chase

Jennifer Piepszak is the Co-CEO of Consumer & Community Banking (CCB) and a member of the JPMorgan Chase Operating Committee. She is jointly responsible for all of CCB, a business that serves more than 60 million households and 4 million small businesses in the United States. On a day-to-day basis, Piepszak leads Consumer and Business Banking, as well as Wealth Management. Piepszak has been with JPMorgan Chase for 27 years. Since May 2019, she was Chief Financial Officer of the firm, responsible for Finance and Business Management, the Chief Investment Office and the Chief Administrative Office. Prior to being CFO, Piepszak spent seven years in CCB, serving as CEO of Card Services, CEO of Business Banking and CFO for Mortgage Banking. During her first 17 years at the firm, Piepszak held progressively responsible roles in the Corporate & Investment Bank serving as Controller for Global Equities and Prime Services, CFO and Controller for the Proprietary Positioning Business and Principal Investments Management, and CFO for the Investment Bank Credit Portfolio as well as several Fixed Income markets businesses. Piepszak holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fairfield University and is on the United Way of New York City's board of directors. She and her husband have three children and live in New Jersey.

Roles

  • Co-CEO, Consumer & Community Banking

    Current role

  • Co-Head, Consumer & Community Banking

    May, 2021

  • CFO

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